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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook's Controversial "Real Name" Policy Can Work For Trans Community

“Real name” on Facebook does not mean legal name, says Zuck.


Facebook has no plans to end its controversial "real name" policy, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the policy can work for those in the trans community advocating for its removal.

In a Tuesday Q&A with the public on his Facebook page, Zuckerberg addressed the policy, suggesting it has been misinterpreted in some cases.

"There is some confusion about what our policy actually is," Zuckerberg said in response to a question from BuzzFeed News. "Real name does not mean your legal name. Your real name is whatever you go by and what your friends call you,"

The policy has been a target of criticism for some time. Many members of the trans community go by names different than those given to them at birth and have been kicked off Facebook for using them.

"If you're a marginalised person, such as a trans person, you may be left with no way to get back on," a former Facebook employee named Zip wrote in a recent post to Medium. "Facebook [has] handed an enormous hammer to those who would like to silence us, and time after time I see that hammer coming down on trans women who have just stepped out of line by suggesting that perhaps we're being mistreated."

On Tuesday afternoon, Zuckerberg explained that Facebook does allow names other than legal ones. "If your friends all call you by a nickname and you want to use that name on Facebook, you should be able to do that," he said. In this case, he said, the policy "should be able to support everyone using their own real names, including everyone in the transgender community."

The operative word in the sentence is "should." Though Zuckerberg articulated Facebook's official policy, the execution of that policy has been uneven, according to multiple accounts, including that of Zip.

Zuckerberg also mentioned an internal effort to improve the current system. "We are working on better and more ways for people to show us what their real name is so we can both keep this policy which protects so many people in our community while also serving the transgender community," he said.

BuzzFeed News' question.

The "real name" policy became a focal point of protests at this past weekend's Pride celebrations in San Francisco. Activists circulated a petition to ban Facebook from the celebration and some marchers walked with "Shame on FB" signs. Zip urged people to #LogOffForPride and stop using the platform during pride celebrations.

"It's an insult that Facebook is sponsoring Pride in SF, marching and flying the rainbow flag and helping everyone change their profile picture, when they cannot fix this simple thing," Zip wrote.

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How Metal Is Apple Music?

We convened a panel of passionate experts to get to the bottom of this one mystery.

A major new music product from Apple raises all kind of big questions, many of which our colleagues in music and tech journalism are busy answering right this minute. How does it stack up against the big players in streaming music that have stolen business from Apple over the past decade? How do its revamped 24/7 radio stations compare to XM and Pandora? Will the new artist discovery features give music fans a one-stop shop and push SoundCloud out of the burgeoning star game?

These are all worthy things to wonder on the day of the Apple Music launch, and wise words will be written and shared.

And yet isn't there an even deeper, more elemental question? An ur-query, white-hot and pure, from which all other lines of inquiry flow like so much spurting magma?

Is it… fucking… metal?

Of course, Apple Music has oodles of heavy metal; it also has dance pop, "chill" electronic, and "workout anthems". But having metal is a box to tick, an obligation; being metal is a calling, a state of mind.

BuzzFeed News gathered its resident metalheads in the most metal of all collaborative productivity environments — Slack, of the integrated metal emoji — to determine whether the brainchild of Eddie Cue, Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine, and the overlords of entertainment technology are committed to the righteous cause of metal, or just pretending.

joe [11:38 AM] ok @channel

joe [11:38 AM] i am about to start looking at how metal apple music is but

joe [11:38 AM] before i start

joe [11:39 AM] let's get predictions from everyone: how metal will apple music be?

ellencushing [11:39 AM] what is our scale

joe [11:40 AM] i'll start with mine— apple is a giant, terrifying, powerful, inscrutable and crushing beast with a bottomless thirst for expansion and the will to power

joe [11:40 AM] that is metal as shit

joe [11:41 AM] on the other hand it's called "apple", which sounds like a twee indie pop band from north carolina

joe [11:41 AM] i'm going with 7 on a scale from 1 to METAL

ellencushing [11:41 AM] that said, EL CAPITAN could definitely be a metal band

ellencushing [11:41 AM] well, maybe

pczki [11:41 AM] My guess is just barely metal enough. I expect unforgivable omissions.

ellencushing [11:41 AM] a bad one:

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The World's Biggest Keyboard App Is About To Help Decide The Future Of Emoji

Unicode Consortium

The Emoji Council Of Elders is about to get a little bit bigger.

As of today, Swiftkey, the predictive keyboard app for iPhone and Android, is officially part of the Unicode Consortium, the 24-year-old text encoding standardization committee that oversees and governs the evolution of emoji. As an associate member, Swiftkey will join companies such as Twitter, Apple, Adobe, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo in helping the Consortium with the development of emoji in the coming years.

While the Unicode Consortium is a deeply technical and somewhat secretive organization, Swiftkey’s inclusion makes sense: The company plans to use its vast store of data, culled from Swiftkey use on more than 200 million devices, to give the UC a better understanding of global emoji use. Swiftkey appears to have been angling for this role for a while now and has issued numerous data-jammed emoji reports over the past year, analyzing 1.5 billion emoji across 30-plus languages. It’s a notable move for the Consortium, which, despite its influence, remains small and selective, and it’s one that will undoubtedly influence the evolution of one of the world’s fastest growing mediums of online expression.

Swiftkey’s induction to the Consortium comes at curious time for emoji. Since coming to the U.S. in 2007 as an official UC standardized character set, emoji have burrowed deep into our cultural sensibilities and linguistic habits. They’re used with dizzying frequency and by a broad swath of the globe, leading some, like Instagram data team member Thomas Dimson, to declare emoji’s popularity as “the rise of a new language.” Emoji occupies a powerful space in our collective ability to communicate across any pixelated medium, which makes its evolution a matter of deep cultural importance. The emoji alphabet’s inclusion and exclusion of certain ethnicities, sexual orientations, family structures, and cultural symbols — even mundane objects like tacos and champagne bottles — become stand-ins for their place in society at large.

This is all to say that the Unicode Consortium is in the rarefied and hard-to-comprehend position of presiding over the formation of rapidly growing means of global communication. From some angles, that's an odd undertaking for an organization the UC, which is, at its core, a technical group concerned with the standardization of character encoding schemes across dozens of languages, both dead and alive.

In a conversation with BuzzFeed News, Unicode Consortium co-founder and President Mark Davis, a longtime text software specialist and a current employee at Google, was the first to poke fun at this very fact, joking that, at first glance, “this is a very nerdy operation!” But, Davis promised, “everyone involved is here because they want to advance the ball, to make sure what whatever someone's language is, they can use Unicode on computers to write it."

That said, Davis was cautious to overemphasize emoji’s role in the way we communicate. “I wouldn't call it a language,” he said, suggesting a more subtle influence. “It's really to give a kind of flavor to our language, especially online and in social media. In some situations, [emojis] fill a gap that's covered in direct ​conversation ​by gestures or tone of voice. In conversation, smiles and facial expressions make our interactions a ​far richer."

The nuances of emoji and its evolution are more reason that the Consortium-Swiftkey partnership makes sense. The organization plans to take Swiftkey’s data — not just how frequently different characters are used, but how they’re used (positively, negatively, for religious expression, etc.) — to track emoji’s changes inside different cultures. Similarly, this data will play a large role in Consortium deliberations as it considers releasing new emojis — which Davis said it will continue to do at a rate of 50 to 100 per year. Currently, the UC uses data and suggestions from membership companies like Apple and Google as inputs to create new characters. “[Emoji] are not necessarily universal across cultures​​,​ ​​as ​some might think,” Davis told BuzzFeed News. “Take the infamous eggplant​ in the US​​—you won't find that association in most countries of the world. Some of the pictures and some of the icon images were very specific to Japan and since, they've developed completely new meanings outside ​of ​Japan."

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Apple Music Is The New iPod And The Old Record Store

When everyone can put millions of songs in your pocket, the trick is helping you figure out what to listen to.

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In 2003, two years after the introduction of the iPod and six months after the debut of the iTunes Music Store, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs told Rolling Stone that music subscription services were going to fail. "People don't want to buy their music as a subscription," he claimed. "... The subscription model of buying music is bankrupt. I think you could make available the Second Coming in a subscription model and it might not be successful."

A dozen years later, Apple is betting billions of dollars on Apple Music, a streaming music service conceived around the very subscription model Jobs once dismissed, and the second coming at hand is that of a vision of a music consumption that made Apple the world's biggest music retailer. In that sense, Apple Music isn't the new iTunes, it's the new iPod. But instead of offering 1000 songs in your pocket, it's offering damn near every song — and not just in your pocket, but pretty much wherever you feel like listening to them (your car, your computer, your home stereo, your bluetooth speaker on the top the mountain).

With Apple Music, Apple is actually delivering on the promise Jobs made when he first announced the iPod — "it lets you put your entire music collection in your pocket and listen to it wherever you go." In October of 2001, that claim was pure Reality Distortion Field hyperbole. Today, services like Spotify, and even iTunes Match, combined with fast phone networks make it a near-truism. Which is simultaneously great and terrible.

Great, because these collections give us access to vast libraries of music — Spotify's catalog boasts more than 30 million songs. Terrible, because 30 million songs is more of a Borgesian library, than collection. Daunting and tough to navigate, it's a library where earnest searches for a new song to play often conclude with listening to a familiar song because it's just easier. OK, sure. I'll just sit here in the basement eating Cheetos while Freedom Rock plays again, I guess. It's a great library with a lousy UX.

Apple Music is an argument. It posits that we want to listen to something new, but we don't know what that is. It claims that music discovery is about more than finding music that simply sounds like other music we already like. It's not about algorithmically generating a list of "related artists." It's about finding music we never knew or expected we'd like, the stuff that takes us by surprise. In that sense, Apple Music is also Aquarius Records — or rather, it aspires to be Aquarius Records.

Aquarius is the oldest independent record store in San Francisco, and drawing a parallel between it and Apple Music is, perhaps, blasphemy — but the comparison is apt. Because Aquarius is a music store run by curators — people who understand music deeply and sift through a ton of it to uncover the best stuff. With staff faves lists and "Records of the Week," Aquarius is the kind of music store you visit intent on purchasing one thing, and leave with something different because the guy behind the counter convinced you it was the right move (it was). It's a music store that understands the power of serendipitous music discovery, and the personal emotional connection that often goes along with it.

This is something Apple claims to understand as well. Certainly, it was part of the messaging around the unveiling of Apple Music at the company's annual WWDC conference earlier this month. Onstage at that event, Apple's Jimmy Iovine touted Apple Music's human editors as the service's killer feature and a key differentiator from its streaming music rivals. "Algorithms alone cannot do curation; you need a human touch," he said. "These people are going to help you with the biggest question in music: What song comes next?"

That's a very tough question, and current streaming music services have largely failed to answer it. But independent record stores like Aquarius and others have been doing it for years, entirely by hiring people who have both excellent taste, and the ability to understand what will appeal to other people. So, it can be done. The question now is, can it be done at the scale Apple is undertaking?

Apple clearly believes it can. And if it's able to pull it off, it may well have another disruptive music service on its hands. Certainly, with more than a billion iOS devices in people's hands around the world and some 800 million iTunes accounts — most with associated credit card numbers — Apple has the makings of what could someday be the largest paid music streaming service around. But to get there it has to answer that very important question. And it has to do it again, and again, and again. Every time you walk through the door.

In-Flight Wi-Fi Will Soon Get Much Faster, Gogo Tells Wall Street

In a presentation to investors, the company said onboard Wi-Fi will hit broadband speeds within five years, and be available on many more flights.

Peter Bartsch / Via Flickr: peterbartsch

The Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi service offered on the majority of U.S. domestic flights will soon get dramatically faster, the company has told investors, with speeds ten times faster than today expected to arrive in the coming five years.

The company's current service isn't fast enough to handle things like streaming video, and can only work over land, not water — and even when it's working, it can slow to a crawl if too many users sign in. But that, the company says, will change as it transitions to satellite antennas and ditches its old air-to-ground technology. That transition, and other lofty goals Gogo has for its service, are planned to be completed in next five to 10 years, according to the presentation, which was filed to the SEC on Monday.


On its mission to conquer what it calls the "last frontier of internet connectivity", Gogo has had its fair share of challenges.

There were accusations that the provider—the largest by far in the U.S. aviation market—held an illegal monopoly due to lengthy contracts with the country's largest airlines. Not to mention a barrage of customer complaints over the years that Gogo was too expensive, too slow, and too spotty.

Gogo costs around $16 per day or $59.95 per month, and is available on most of the 80% of domestic flights that have Wi-Fi capability. The company said the satellite system will be much cheaper to operate than current services, but did not specify whether those cost savings will ultimately be passed along to air travelers in the form of cheaper inflight Wi-Fi service.

Among the promises Gogo's CEO Michael Small and CFO Norman Smagley made in their presentation, prepared for their address at the NASDAQ Investor Program, is Wi-Fi speeds of 100Mbps (up from today's peak of 10Mbps) rolled out within five years. Gogo expects those higher speeds, and the higher demand that will come with them, to be the platform for huge growth: it expects the number of planes using its service will rise by 150% by 2033.

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Apple's Beats 1 Radio Is Censoring Music

Bleeps by Dre.

Brendan Klinkenberg / BuzzFeed

As part of the debut of its new Apple Music streaming service, Apple on Tuesday launched Beats 1: a 24-hour global radio station run by three DJs in three different cities around the world. Early on in his first broadcast, DJ Zane Lowe — a former BBC Radio 1 DJ — queued up a song he touted as "a classic that changed my life": "Let Me Ride," the third single from Dr. Dre's 1992 studio debut, The Chronicnow streaming exclusively on Apple Music.

But it was hardly the "classic" version of the song. It was a sanitized version of the expletive-ridden original. By my count some 30 curses had been scrubbed.

Beats 1 24/7 radio is censoring the music it plays, and it's doing it 24/7.

Reached for comment, Apple confirmed to BuzzFeed News that it is censoring explicit content on Beats 1, and it's doing it worldwide. The company declined to provide any further comment.

Apple's decision to globally censor music on Beats 1 is an interesting one, and hardly industry standard. Pandora, for example, offers a profanity filter, but it's an optional one.

As an online-only service, Beats 1 could broadcast uncensored. But it's not, presumably because Apple is positioning it and Apple Music as a family-friendly service.

Russians Try To Build A Normal Media Startup Across The Border

Meduza’s exiles cover an authoritarian Russia.

Deputy editor-in-chief Ivan Kokpakov in Meduza's Riga office.

RIGA, Latvia — When Russia closes up, as it has often through the centuries, this Baltic capital becomes a listening post, a safe-ish remove from which to send and receive dispatches from an increasingly controlled society.

And if you are interested in dispatches Russia from right now, one of the best places to turn is a hectic second-floor pre-war apartment on an unprepossessing stretch of Valdemara Street, next door to the Latvian Statistical Bureau and a few blocks from where John F. Kennedy spent part of the summer of 1939.

There, a couple dozen young Russians in sweatshirts cram into a sprawling, seven-room residential apartment with slate blue walls, art nouveau molding, Mac laptops and cheap tables and chairs. The site they produce, Meduza, is a mix of hard news, features, and photography. It all trends a bit dark — but then, they cover Russia.

This could be a media startup anywhere, more or less, and — almost hallucinatory, in a moment when it seems impossible to do free Russian media — that's how the journalists running it see what they're doing.

"We are trying to build a normal startup," says Ilya Krasilshchik, the site's publisher. (One relatively normal startup feature: The site's office was until recently his own apartment.)

But Meduza didn't start in a typical way. Most of its staff were reporters and editors at, named for the Russian word for "wire" and seen as one of the strongest independent news sites in Russia. Last March 12, as the site faced government criticism over its coverage on Ukraine, its editor, Galina Timchenko, was abruptly fired. She and the core of her team — now 22 reporters in Riga and 4 in Moscow — relocated to Latvia, the easiest place for a bunch of Russians to get a small business going in safety, and a tantalizing hour flight from Moscow. They launched Meduza last October, and quickly recaptured a share of their old audience, according to publicly available estimates, though Lenta remains much larger.

Now, against all odds, Meduza is having a moment: There are so few windows into Russian life that have its mix of true sourcing and proximity, and the freedom that comes from operating outside of Russia. Fewer still of them publish a good-looking English-language site. The Meduza crew worry, of course, that their site will be blocked in Russia, something the government there has done to the blog run by the dissident Alexei Navalny; but which hasn't extended to a Chinese-style broad closure of the internet. But Meduza's staff make an effort, deputy editor Ivan Kolpakov said, not to let that worry affect their coverage, in part because the government is so deliberately opaque, even whimsical. If they are blocked, it is as likely to be for something stupid as for something trenchant. (They were blocked in Kazakhstan, the day they launched, over an investigation of ethnic Russian separatists in the north of that country.)

Russia's power structure has its own online ambitions: Troll armies spread talking points across the web while Kremlin allies push independent voices out of the internet space. Kolpakov said he thinks the next step is building an alternative internet for "big propaganda" — online voices with the production value and investment that has been poured into state-linked Russian TV.

Meduza has found its audience among Russians who want to read independent news. Its biggest traffic days came after the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. Its coverage of Ukraine has drawn lines between Moscow and the nominally independent separatists there, and charged that fighters are coming back from the front to commit crimes in Russia. The site has also exposed, in richly personal terms, how the tightening propaganda regime works inside state media.

Meduza is also willing to poke at the Russian president. One recent game offered readers the chance to help Putin — notoriously, perhaps deliberately late to meetings — make it to his meeting with the Pope on time.

And meanwhile, the site is trying to figure out the same things that every media startup is navigating at a moment of dramatic change. They worry about Facebook traffic. (One editor referred glumly to the network as "social Putin" — inscrutable and all-powerful, from their perspective.) They sell ads, which account now for 25% of the site's operating costs, they say; brands like McDonald's, for now, feel safe advertising there. They also rely on investments from liberal Russians with money, whose names they will not disclose — the risk to media proprietors is why they fled Moscow in the first place.

They also held talks with Mikhail Khodorkovsky about bringing him in as an investor, "but ultimately failed to reach an agreement on some key issues, such as editorial independence from the investors," said Kolpakov.

They are not flush, to say the least, and are "constantly trying to raise money," says Krasilshchik.

Riga is, meanwhile, driving them a bit insane. The Latvian capital has long been a practical, peaceable, commercial city. It is not, that is to say, a hub of the Russian intelligentsia. It's been, for the last 20 years, where you stash your money, not your ideas. The Meduza crew stop, at times, for selfies on the street with Latvians who admire their courage in the face of a Russian government that is, at present, investigating the legality of their independence from the Soviet Union; the local Russians, they say, have no idea who they are.

They are better known in Moscow, and not always for the better. Earlier this month, a pro-Putin parliamentarian (there is barely any other kind) wrote to the Prosecutor General, demanding an investigation of the site for running an interview with a Russophone recruiter for ISIS, based in Germany. (The German authorities opened an investigation into the militant himself, not in to the publication that exposed him.)

There are other concessions to Russian reality. Meduza has no comments, which for Russian sites have become a playground for paid trolls. The .io (Indian Ocean) domain leaves them free from Russian registrars, at least. And meanwhile, they are publishing like crazy, breaking news, ramping up translations, thinking about licensing their CMS, hoping a game — a version of Brickles that mourns demolished Moscow landmarks — blows up.

"It sounds fantastical," says deputy editor Ivan Kolpakov, "but we are trying to build a media business."

Apple Music Is Here

The tech giant’s new streaming service debuted today. Here’s what it looks like.

Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed

After months of anticipation, Apple's music service debuted at 8am PST with a three-month free for all iOS users. (Android users, you'll have to wait until the fall.)

To get it, you have to update your device to iOS 8.4 — it comes with a completely revamped music app, Apple Music, and the Beats 1 global radio station, which debuted at 9am PST.

Here's what it looks like:

Here's what it looks like:

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The Warriors' Andre Iguodala Has Some Things To Say About Tech

“Tesla’s pretty cool.”

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Less than two weeks after winning the NBA championships, Warriors power forward Andre Iguodala — now an emerging entrepreneur — sat down with BuzzFeed News to talk about tech, Twitter, and Jack Dorsey's beard. Here are the highlights:

"You just try to capture the moment because it's so fast. It feels like it was two months ago, but it was seven days ago. it's just been going by in a blur. You answer a lot of questions."

"I had started a relationship with Andreesen Horowitz, and was looking at companies where I felt like I could help their brand. Twice was one of those companies — I've always been into fashion, and we wanted to look for next platforms that are evolving and engaged with their community and have a really solid foundation with a lot of potential. Twice was a really good match, being definitely fashion forward. They didn't have a mens' line, and they named me mens' style director, to get men to think fashion forward, just to give them the awareness that the way they present themeslves is very important. It's been a lot of fun just seeing the whole process of how it works and understanding the ins and outs of the business."

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VR Company Jaunt Made Its Own Camera

Building a 360-degree view from the ground up.


You probably haven't seen a VR video yet. And why would you, because there's very little worth watching. Most of the video that's out there is from the proof of concept school of filmmaking. But Jaunt, one of the few companies making at least interesting VR content, including concerts from Paul McCartney and Big Sean, a Paul Feig-directed comedy, and a horror short — attributes much of the challenge of VR film-making to the main tool of the trade: the camera. Sometimes, when you can't buy the tool you want, you make your own. Which explains why Jaunt just announced its own camera, the Neo.

Often, VR filmmaking relies on jerry-rigged GoPros literally wired together. (This kind of GoPro rig was, literally, what Google showed at its big developer conference this year.) That's where Jaunt has been. But after four versions of these Frankencameras, it came up with a new idea, and developed an in-house model code-named "Neo." It even hired Apple's Koji Gardiner, as its director of hardware to make it happen. "We needed a completely custom camera," Gardiner told BuzzFeed News, "because there are some high level features that wouldn't be possible off the shelf."

For example, take lighting. Say you're watching a movie, but could turn the camera around — instead of the background, you would see an array of lights on tripods. Yet in virtual reality, the viewer can turn around. Which means an array of klieg lights can't be in the picture. So the ideal VR camera has to work with ambient light, which means the light sensors on the camera must be bigger and faster.

And then there's synchronization. While GoPro camera arrays are small and portable, they're not meant to work together — which is exactly what VR demands. So, the Jaunt team built cameras with this exact purpose in mind, designed to work with the software the company already had in place. The goal is a seamless array of cameras, all feeding into one 360-degree image.

Finally, came the design. "If it's going to be on-stage at a concert or inside a sports stadium, it's important that it looks good, because it's going to be very visible," Jaunt CTO Arthur van Hoff said. But don't expect to be able to buy one.

"We're not a camera company," van Hoff told BuzzFeed News, when asked whether there would ever be a consumer version of the Neo available to the public. "We're a company that makes content, and this is a tool for us to give us more control."

It's going to be a while before anyone sees footage shot on a Neo — the camera is currently still in testing, and will be first available to Jaunt partners this August.


This App Keeps Truckers Rolling In An On-Demand World

Trucker Path started as a crowdsourced information hub for truckers, but it’s about to become a marketplace with the potential to shake up how commercial shippers get paid.


Driving a big rig can be a lonely job. Drivers end up spending a lot of time on the road by themselves with not much to do and not many people to talk to. In addition, most drivers are independent, meaning they don't get much support along the road.

So when Trucker Path, a San Jose based startup, launched an app that helped drivers locate the resources and information they needed — showers, parking, fuel prices etc. — at truck stops, it was a hit. "This app changed my life," wrote Jeremiah Dean in a Google Play store review. "It's truly a beautiful thing." Dozens of truck drivers have written on Trucker Path's Facebook page to say that they love the app, and consider it a must have on the job. One user was so thankful he wrote a song about it (uh, after Trucker Path asked him to):

"Well the trucker's path, it's a long old road, a never ending ribbon of black and gold," sings William Weaver.

But truck stop maps and weigh station closing times were just the beginning for Trucker Path. Today, the company is launching a public beta of Truckloads, a shipping marketplace that will rely on its network of 300,000 accounts to match independent truckers with loads that need to get from point A to point B.

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FTC Settles With Developer Who Hijacked Phones To Mine Cryptocurrency

A game and rewards app was really a Trojan horse, installing virtual currency mining software on the phones of unsuspecting consumers.


The thousands of consumers who downloaded the Prized app for Android from Google Play and the Amazon Appstore, beginning in 2014, believed they were working to redeem points for gift cards and clothing. Little did they know they were unwittingly enlisting their smartphones in the app developer's automated army as well.

The main purpose of Prized was actually to install malware on consumers' phones that would mine for virtual currency, harnessing the computing power of a massive fleet of mobile devices, to the unlawful benefit of the developer, Ryan Ramminger.

The Federal Trade Commission and the New Jersey Attorney General have settled with Ramminger, banning him from further distributing the malicious software. He will also be forced to pay the state of New Jersey $50,000. According to the FTC complaint, the malware mined for Dogecoin, Litecoin and QuarkCoin, but not the most prominent of the virtual currencies, bitcoin. In doing so, it caused rapid battery drains and monthly data overages on the devices on which it was installed. The settlement between the FTC and Ramminger requires that he destroy all the consumer information collected through the app. Ramminger has neither admitted to nor denied the allegations brought by the FTC.

In its complaint, the FTC alleged that Ramminger and his company, Equiliv Investments, violated the FTC Act and the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act.

"Hijacking consumers' mobile devices with malware to mine virtual currency isn't just deplorable; it's also illegal," said Jessica Rich, director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection. "These scammers are now prohibited from trying such a scheme again."

Helen Wong, an attorney with the FTC's Division of Financial Practices, told BuzzFeed News that this case is the first of its kind. The commission has dealt with email-based malware in the past, but Prized was the first instance of malicious activity originating in an app. She said the FTC has alleged that the app did not do any part of what it claimed — even the rewards part of the app, the legal, functioning aspect, was illegitimate and part of the ruse.

Rand Paul Threw A Libertarian Hackathon On Pride Weekend

For liberty, for privacy, and for Rand Paul for President.

William Alden / Via BuzzFeed News

If they ventured outside on Saturday, maybe even took a walk to Dolores Park, the programmers would have been bathed in glorious sunshine and surrounded by rainbow-clad revelers.

Instead, for 24 hours starting that afternoon, smack in the middle of San Francisco's Pride weekend festivities, they sequestered themselves in a harshly lit co-working space in the city's SoMa neighborhood, coding for liberty, for privacy, and for Senator Rand Paul.

His presidential campaign had organized what is known in tech circles as a hackathon — basically, an all-night software-writing orgy — with a political twist. The campaign had challenged the programmers, grouped in competing teams, to make software applications for "protecting liberty and privacy." The winning team would get to meet Paul. The top two would get copies of the Constitution, signed by the libertarian-leaning senator.

The Rand Paul for President campaign cared a lot about this hackathon. Ron Schnell, the campaign's recently hired chief technology officer, told BuzzFeed News it was "a good starting point to ramp up to the most tech-savvy campaign in history," and that it was "pretty much the first thing I started working on" after joining the campaign in May.

Schnell pointed out the event had its own hashtag, #HackForRand. The senator wasn't actually there, but a close-to-life-size foam board cutout was. The image of Paul stared serenely at the programmers with a Mona Lisa smile. Beside it hung two campaign signs: "DEFEAT THE WASHINGTON MACHINE." "UNLEASH THE AMERICAN DREAM."

Ron Schnell, the campaign's chief technology officer.

Brendan Klinkenberg / Via BuzzFeed News

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Apple Music Launches Tuesday With Dr. Dre's "The Chronic"

It will be the first time Dre’s solo debut has ever been made available by a streaming music service.

When Apple Music debuts on Tuesday, June 30th it will do so with an exclusive from one of the minds behind it: The Chronic, the 1992 West Coast hip-hop classic by Beats co-founder and now Apple employee Dr. Dre.

Sources in position to know tell BuzzFeed News that the album, which has never been available on any music streaming service -- including Dre's own Beats Music -- will join Taylor Swift's 1989 as an Apple Music streaming exclusive tomorrow morning. Apple confirmed the arrangement to BuzzFeed News, but declined further comment.

Apple Music is expected to launch around 8AM PT Tuesday morning alongside iOS 8.4, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system.

Supreme Court Declines To Hear Google Appeal Of Oracle Suit

The denial leaves in place a ruling that Java is copyrightable — Oracle may seek a billion dollar in damages.


The Supreme Court denied to review an appeal by Google in a long-running copyright lawsuit by Oracle regarding the use of its Java programming language.

The denial leaves in place a 2014 ruling by a the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that Java programming interfaces can be copyrighted — a major blow to Google's Android operating system, which is built in Java. The case now returns to a lower court.

Google has argued that free and open use of Java is crucial to innovation in Android, its open source software platform; Oracle has argued that licensing fees and protections are crucial to responsible development, and seeks a billion dollars in damages.

"Today's Supreme Court decision is a win for innovation and for the technology industry that relies on copyright protection to fuel innovation," Oracle General Counsel Dorian Daley said in a statement. A Google spokesperson said, "We will continue to defend the interoperability that has fostered innovation and competition in the software industry."

The Obama administration last month urged the Court not to hear the case; a group of computer scientists represented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation urged the opposite, stating in an amicus brief that "Oracle and others will have an unprecedented and dangerous power over the future of innovation." According to the scientists — including the author of MS-DOS and the developer of ARPANET — the ruling will allow powerful tech companies to block developers from making programs that work with their APIs, even if those programs do not use any actual code from the API.

An Algorithmic Feed May Be Twitter's Last Remaining Card To Play

Are we about to see the end of the unfiltered stream?

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Twitter is out of options — except for one big one.

In the nearly two years since its November 2013 initial public offering, Twitter has tried seemingly everything to grow without alienating its loyal-until-death group of core users. It's made itself more visual by expanding images by default. It's quashed the "RT" in favor of the simpler quoted tweet. It's introduced autoplay video. It's added an e-commerce layer by giving brands the option to sell products straight from tweets with a "Buy" button. It killed a confusing rule preventing people from sending direct messages to folks who don't follow them. And it's extended the character limit for those messages to 1,000 characters from 140.

In other words, Twitter has done nearly everything it can to refine and enhance the way tweets present information, without touching the order in which they're published. That order -- chronological, with no algorithm elevating the "best" tweets -- has long been sacred ground for the company. The order is cherished by Twitter's core users, with many arguing its organic surfacing of news and conversation is what makes Twitter work. But with every other card on the table and Twitter's Wall Street masters still unhappy, the company's last remaining move may be the one it's long avoided: the application of an algorithm, or code, that decides which tweets get shown and which don't. The end of the order.

"It's not an easy task, but I think it's a necessary task," Nate Elliott, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, told BuzzFeed News. "If they implement an algorithm properly, it could be the savior of their platform."

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The 21st Century Has Really Not Been Great For Women And Minorities In STEM

The gap between white men and everybody else in tech starts in high school.

Via Flickr: orangegreenblue

Teens of all stripes are glued to their smartphones, but, per a new study out today from U.S. News and World Report and Raytheon, while 15% of high school boys surveyed were interested in a career in technology, only 2% of girls thought a job in tech sounded appealing. Similarly, while 31% of boys thought jobs in engineering sounded good, only 3% of girls were interested.

The impact of this early-life division down the line is clear. Overall, the number of STEM jobs in the U.S. has grown by 20% since 2000, but the gap between the number of STEM degrees held by men versus women is as wide as ever. That's unfortunate for the women, considering that, as the report finds, "every STEM occupation but food scientists saw their bank accounts swell from 2000 to 2014."

The race gap in STEM is also entrenched. While the percentage of white students pursuing bachelor's degrees in STEM grew almost 3% from 2009 to 2014, in the same five years, the percentage of black students pursuing STEM degrees grew less than 1%.

As the authors of the study point out, major educational and recruitment efforts have been pursued at great expense in the last decade and a half to correct this imbalance. Clearly, those efforts haven't been enough.

This report comes just days after one of the tech industry's most visible companies — Facebook — released a report showing that its efforts at recruiting and retaining women and ethnic minorities have come up short. Despite much-touted diversity initiatives at the company, the numbers reported are dismal. For example, out of 1,231 people hired by Facebook in 2013, only seven were black, reported the Guardian. 84% of employees working on "core technology" are male. In a public forum, CEO Mark Zuckerburg pointed the finger at education, saying that "you need to start earlier in the funnel so that girls don't self-select out of doing computer science."

The logical conclusion seems to be that simply spending money on diversity initiatives meant to attract the attention of non-white, non-male potential hires once their careers are already underway is a bandaid on a larger cultural problem. Considering the magnitude of the problem, it would certainly be nice to see companies that are struggling to hire diverse staffs contribute in some way to early stage education that could help teens connect the phones in their hands to their dreams for the future.

MotoGP 15 Full Repack

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SpaceX Rocket Explodes After Liftoff On Space Station Cargo Mission

The private space company’s scientists are trying to work out what went wrong.

An unmanned SpaceX rocket on a cargo mission to the International Space Station exploded shortly after liftoff on Sunday in Florida.

The Falcon 9 rocket from entrepreneur Elon Musk's space firm exploded shortly after it took off at 10:22 a.m. in Cape Canaveral.

NASA Launch Commentator George Diller said on the space agency's live blog that they had confirmed the rocket had broken up, but it's not clear yet exactly what went wrong.

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Apple Music Is Coming To Sonos Before The End Of 2015

The wireless speaker company is working with Apple to get the new streaming service on its devices.


Apple Music is coming to Sonos devices, spokespeople for both companies confirmed to BuzzFeed News.

"We're working together to make Apple Music available on Sonos before the end of the year," Apple spokesman Tom Neumayr told BuzzFeed News.

The new streaming service launches Tuesday, and it was previously reported that it would not be available on Sonos, but Apple executive Ian Rogers confirmed via Twitter that Sonos and Apple are working together and plan to introduce compatibility.


The streaming service Beats Music, which is owned by Apple, does work on Sonos, but iTunes Radio and other features that will be folded into Apple Music do not.

At Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month — at which it announced Apple Music — Sonos said that it hoped to eventually support Apple Music. It looks like that will be sooner, rather than later.

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CCleaner Professional 5.07.5261 Final

CCleaner Professional 5.07.5261 Final adalah software utilities yang bisa dikatan sangat populer saat ini, software ini sebenanrya memiliki versi gratis, tapi tentunya karena ada versi pro yang memiliki fitur lebih lengkap maka disini saya akan share versi pro nya, CCleaner Professional 5.07.5261 Final ini sendiri memiliki fitur utama yaitu registri dan junk cleaner, selain itu ada fitur tambahan lain seperti startup setting, drive wiper dan masih banyak yang lainnya.


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Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition Full ISO
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Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 adalah software editing video yang merupakan salah satu product dari adobe, juga product yang satu ini sama hal nya dengan Adobe After Effect, dan ada beberapa perbedaan. Anda bisa menambahkan effect effect pada video anda, dan menghasilkan editing video yang maximal. Anda juga bisa memasukan gambar gambar dan dihubungkan sehingga menjadi video atau slidshow. Segi ukuran pun Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 ini lebih kecil dibandingkan dengan AE.


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