Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts?

  1. Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts?  Forbes
  2. A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts  Gizmodo
  3. Hackers Publish Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts  Deadline
  4. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers  Telegraph.co.uk
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Hackers Extracted and Published Facebook Private Messages Grabbed Through Bad Browser Plug-Ins

  1. Hackers Extracted and Published Facebook Private Messages Grabbed Through Bad Browser Plug-Ins  Fortune
  2. A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts  Gizmodo
  3. Hack Brief: Someone Posted Private Facebook Messages From 81000 Accounts  WIRED
  4. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers  Telegraph.co.uk
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A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts

  1. A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts  Gizmodo
  2. Private messages from 81000 hacked Facebook accounts were for sale  The Verge
  3. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts were put up for sale by hackers  Mashable
  4. Private messages from 81000 hacked Facebook accounts for sale  BBC News
  5. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers  Telegraph.co.uk
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Twitter API bug potentially allowed developers to read DMs and private accounts

  1. Twitter API bug potentially allowed developers to read DMs and private accounts  Android Police
  2. Twitter: A bug may have sent some direct messages to business account developers  Marketing Land
  3. Twitter may have sent your private DMs to the wrong people — but probably not  CNET
  4. Twitter warns users of year-long glitch that may have shared private messages  Telegraph.co.uk
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Twitter says it patched a bug that could have shared users' private messages

  1. Twitter says it patched a bug that could have shared users’ private messages  CNBC
  2. Twitter bug may have sent users’ direct messages to external developers  The Verge
  3. Twitter bug exposed direct messages to third-party developers  TechCrunch
  4. Twitter warns users of year-long glitch that shared private messages  Telegraph.co.uk
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Tesla confirms criminal probe into Musk talk of going private

Tesla confirms criminal probe into Musk talk of going privateTesla confirmed Tuesday that US Justice Department officials were looking into possible criminal aspects of a seemingly spontaneous, and later aborted, announcement by chief executive Elon Musk on taking the electric automaker private. Tesla shares ended the formal Nasdaq trading day down 3.35 percent to $284.96. Tesla said it was confident the matter would be quickly resolved with the Justice Department.


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Will Elon Musk Fly on SpaceX's Private Moon Flight in 2023 with Japanese Billionaire?

  1. Will Elon Musk Fly on SpaceX’s Private Moon Flight in 2023 with Japanese Billionaire?  Space.com
  2. Elon Musk just revealed the ‘final iteration’ of SpaceX’s biggest and most powerful rocket ship — take a look  Business Insider
  3. Japanese billionaire businessman revealed as SpaceX’s first Moon traveler  Phys.Org
  4. Yusaku Maezawa: The fashion magnate and former punk rocker who will fly on Elon Musk’s moon rocket  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Yusaku Maezawa just purchased every seat on the SpaceX flight to the moon. Who is he?  Washington Post
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SpaceX's first private passenger is Japanese fashion magnate Maezawa

SpaceX's first private passenger is Japanese fashion magnate MaezawaSpaceX, Elon Musk’s space transportation company, on Monday named its first private passenger as Japanese businessman Yusaku Maezawa, the founder and chief executive of online fashion retailer Zozo. A former drummer in a punk band, billionaire Maezawa will take a trip around the moon planned for 2023 aboard its forthcoming Big Falcon Rocket spaceship, taking the race to commercialize space travel to new heights. The first person to travel to the moon since the United States’ Apollo missions ended in 1972, Maezawa’s identity was revealed at an event on Monday evening at the company’s headquarters and rocket factory in the Los Angeles suburb of Hawthorne.


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SpaceX's first private passenger is Japanese fashion magnate Maezawa

SpaceX's first private passenger is Japanese fashion magnate MaezawaSpaceX, Elon Musk’s space transportation company, on Monday named its first private passenger as Japanese businessman Yusaku Maezawa, the founder and chief executive of online fashion retailer Zozo. A former drummer in a punk band, billionaire Maezawa will take a trip around the moon planned for 2023 aboard its forthcoming Big Falcon Rocket spaceship, taking the race to commercialize space travel to new heights. The first person to travel to the moon since the United States’ Apollo missions ended in 1972, Maezawa’s identity was revealed at an event on Monday evening at the company’s headquarters and rocket factory in the Los Angeles suburb of Hawthorne.


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SpaceX makes historic announcement, says it will fly private passenger 'around the Moon'

  1. SpaceX makes historic announcement, says it will fly private passenger ‘around the Moon’  Fox News
  2. SpaceX plans to reveal the identity of its first Moon trip passenger on Monday  BGR
  3. SpaceX signs up mystery passenger for first trip around moon  CNET
  4. SpaceX announces plan to send private passenger around the Moon  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. SpaceX says Elon Musk to unveil new plans for private citizens to fly to the moon  CBS News
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Mugabe reconciles with the man who ousted him after Mnangagwa sends private jet to pick up Grace

Mugabe reconciles with the man who ousted him after Mnangagwa sends private jet to pick up GraceRobert Mugabe has forgiven Emmerson Mnangagwa, the man who threw him out of power last year, and says that the new president is the right man to rule Zimbabwe.  Mr Mugabe, 94, on Thursday said: “There was an election. Zanu-PF was represented by Emmerson Mnangagwa and [Nelson] Chamisa represented MDC-Alliance and results came out saying the person who won was Emmerson Mnangagwa.  “We have accepted the result and we hope that we will continue respecting the will of the people. The gun does not and should not lead politics.” He added that he was grateful Mr Mnangagwa, 75, had hired a luxury aircraft to take his wife Grace from Singapore to Harare for the funeral of her mother, Idah Marufu, who died last week.  His remarks were markedly different to those he made just six weeks ago, on the eve of the first election since he was ousted, when Mr Mugabe said he would vote for the opposition candidate and that he had not trusted Mr Mnangagwa since they began their political relationship more then 50 years ago.  Africa’s tarnished jewel: how four decades of Robert Mugabe left Zimbabwe’s economy reeling He also previously complained that he was short of money since the soft coup d’etat last November put him and his family under house arrest within their vast estate in Harare’s northern suburbs.  Mr Mugabe claimed he lacked funds to repair the roof of his Chinese-style mansion and needed to move house. Mrs Mugabe, who lead the campaign within Zanu-PF against Mr Mnangagwa to prevent him from becoming her husband’s successor, this week gushed: “He [Mnangagwa] loves us. He knows we we love him too. We pray for him because it’s God’s will that he is president. We pray that he be given the wisdom to lead the country.” Mr Mnangagwa fled to Mozambique after he was sacked as vice president last October following months of humiliations when he was criticised at rallies by Mrs Mugabe, often when he was sitting in the front row.  Grace Mugabe | A life in controversies Months earlier the armed forces airlifted him to hospital in South Africa because he said he was poisoned at a rally he attended with the Mugabes.  In June this year, a grenade exploded at a rally addressed by Mr Mnangagwa, killing two security aides and injuring Kembo Mohadi Kembo, vice president, and Oppah Muchinguru-Kashiri, a cabinet minister.  Many of Mr Mugabe’s supporters encouraged voters to support the opposition MDC Alliance and Mr Chamisa at elections on July 30. The elections went off peacefully but the army opened fire at an anti-Mnangagwa demonstration the next day and killed six people.  Now Mr Mugabe, who was in power for 38 years, says that Mr Mnangagwa won the elections and the results were confirmed by the constitutional court two weeks ago.  Mr Mnangagwa appointed his cabinet Friday and included Olympic star, Kirsty Coventry, a white swimmer, as his sports minister, while ignoring most of those previously favoured by Mr Mugabe. 


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