Greta Thunberg's Digital Rise Calls Back to a Pre-Digital Era

Greta Thunberg's Digital Rise Calls Back to a Pre-Digital Era

“She has a much larger platform because she’s talking about a global phenomenon.” Like the Parkland students—notably Emma González and David Hogg—Thunberg excels at using her personality to humanize a complex political issue, and, as Middaugh puts it, “clapping back at critics.” “They share this ability to use participatory, social media activism methods while also interfacing with public officials,” she says.

How Trump’s Ukraine Mess Entangled CrowdStrike

How Trump’s Ukraine Mess Entangled CrowdStrike

Like other prominent companies of its kind, CrowdStrike conducts digital forensic investigations, and defends its clients in part by removing a hacker's access to compromised accounts and devices.But when CrowdStrike or another firm investigates an incident, they typically don't physically remove a client's devices.

A Major Legal Battle May Change How Digital Game Sales Work

A Major Legal Battle May Change How Digital Game Sales Work

According to a report in PC Gamer, the reason is an ongoing battle with a consumer rights organization called UFC-Que Choisir, which took Valve to court over the clause in its store policy that disallows the resell of games or Steam accounts, on penalty of being banned from the platform.

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