The Utah State Bar Is ‘Investigating’ How It Emailed All the Lawyers a Picture of Boobs

The Utah State Bar is very confused as to how it emailed a picture of some boobies to lawyers throughout the state and is “investigating” how the image was included alongside content promoting its 2018 Spring Convention in St. George. Read More >>

French Presidential Campaign Claims ‘Massive Hack’ 

Fears of a hacking campaign targeting centrist French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron came to fruition in a last minute information dump Friday evening. The leaked memos and emails appeared online just hours before a legally-required midnight media blackout on election coverage. Voters will head to the polls on Sunday amidst confusion over what information the hacked documents actually contain. Read More >>

Facebook Spokesman Dismisses Proposed Muslim Registry as ‘Straw Man’

In an email accidentally sent to a BuzzFeed reporter, a Facebook spokesperson said the idea of a Muslim registry is a “straw man”—a sham argument that misrepresents another’s belief. Read More >>

One Typo Granted Hackers Access to the Democratic Email Archive

A report suggests that a phishing attack and a typo were responsible for the 60,000-strong collection of emails being hacked and placed in the public domain prior to the US presidential election, with the communications of Clinton campaign manager John Podesta falling into public hands thanks to well-worn hacking efforts by Russian intelligence workers. Read More >>

Assange’s Much-Hyped Clinton Leak Includes Excerpts From Wall Street Speeches 

Better late than never, Julian Assange has made good on his promise to release further email leaks involving presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Released last night, the documents allegedly contain excerpts from lucrative paid speeches she made to Wall Street firms. Read More >>

Why Inbox is Much Better Than Gmail

Inbox by Gmail has been around for almost two years, and while it continues to exist alongside Gmail, it’s easy to see that Google engineers see Inbox as the email app of the future. New features are being added on a regular basis, and with each one, it’s slowly becoming smarter and easier to use. Here are five reasons you should consider switching to Inbox right now. Read More >>

WikiLeaks Just Published Tonnes of Credit Card Details and Other Personal Information

WikiLeaks firmly believes in radical transparency, the idea that the world would be better if there were no secrets. That level of transparency can be used for good, like the time the site published a video called “Collateral Murder” showing innocent journalists shot to oblivion by US troops in 2010. But not always. Read More >>

Study: People Who Point Out Typos are Just as Awful as We Already Knew

According to a bunch of fancy linguists, people who are more sensitive to written typos and grammatical errors are indeed the kinds of awful people everyone already suspects them to be. Read More >>

Ray Tomlinson, Creator of Email and Saviour of the @ Symbol, Dies

Ray Tomlinson, the man who invented email, has reportedly died at the age of 74. The tech pioneer is said to have passed away on Saturday, though a cause of death has not yet been revealed. Read More >>

WikiLeaks Drops CIA Director John Brennan’s Personal Emails

Who was it that said that all future wars will be won by email? Maybe the same person who sent the CIA director’s AOL emails to WikiLeaks. Read More >>

WikiLeaks Published a Searchable Directory of Hacking Team’s Emails

Want dirt on one of the dirtiest tech companies ever? WikiLeaks published a searchable database of over a million leaked emails from Hacking Team, the nefarious Italian spyware company that was massively hacked this week. Read More >>

Here’s Hillary Clinton Working Out How a Fax Machine Works

Last night, the US State Department released a trove of Hillary Clinton’s emails from her time as secretary of state. Among the gems being uncovered is this terse exchange is a wonderful insight into trying to use a fax machine back in 2009. Read More >>

Gmail Just Made Unsubscribing From Bulk Emails Easier Than Ever

You probably still get loads of bulk emails, simply because it's a pain scrolling around to find the elusive "Unsubscribe" link. Read More >>

Power-Banker Demands Google Unsends Erroneous Confidential Email

Goldman Sachs is embroiled in a bizarre legal battle with Google in which it wants to somehow change the rules of time, with court papers apparently showing that the bank wants Google to remove all mention of an email a contractor sent to the wrong Gmail account. Read More >>

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Yes! This Is Exactly Why Writing Emails Is So Horrible

I have to write a lot of emails. A lot of emails. Each and every one is like traversing the highway to hell. If you're anything like me, you know exactly why that is, but this video from Domics sums it up so perfectly it makes want to die and never write another email again. Read More >>