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A horse-shaped UFO, reminiscent of the Greek mythological Pegasus, was captured on video hovering over the Colima volcano, one of Mexico's most active, located 300 miles west of Mexico City.

FTC bans revenge porn operator from non-consensual nude posts

The US Federal Trade Commission has banned the operator of a notorious revenge porn site from posting nude images of women without first obtaining their explicit consent.

North Carolina woman's scary road rage ouburst caught on video

Randolph County Sheriff's deputies posted online Monday, footage recorded on a highway in North Carolina by a woman as she drove with her granddaughter in the backseat. The clip shows another driver, a woman, in a shocking display of road rage outburst.

Gamergate sucks in Wikipedia with ban controversy

Wikipedia, the online publicly-editable encyclopedia, has issued a restriction on editing to certain users over alleged harassment and violation of civility while editing the "Gamergate controversy" article.

France wants to make Facebook, Google accountable for hate speech

France is hoping to make internet companies such as Google and Facebook accountable for social media posts promoting terrorism, Bloomberg reports.

The Pirate Bay to split in two after falling out between staff

There's mutiny brewing at The Pirate Bay. The notorious piracy site was shut down by police after a raid in Sweden in December 2014, and all signs now point to a relaunch next month.

Lizard Squad hacks Taylor Swift's Twitter, Instagram accounts

Taylor Swift appears to the be the latest victim of the infamous Lizard Squad hacking group. Her Twitter and Instagram accounts were compromised early Tuesday afternoon.

A pair of gay 'tech bears' owns

If former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) officially enters the 2016 White House race, he probably won't be able to use the website

WikiLeaks demands answers after Google gives emails to U.S. gov't

The whistleblower website WikiLeaks is demanding Internet giant Google explain why it handed over emails and other electronic data of three of its senior staffers to the United States government.

Father of alleged bullies loses job over mean-spirited voice mail

The father of two alleged social media bullies lost his job in the wake of a video that surfaced on the Internet with malicious, mean-spirited voice mail recordings targeted at the victim's father.

Aussie glitter bomb website goes viral, sells for US$85K

A brand new Australian website dedicated to the passive-aggressive concept of treating one’s nemesis to a shiny box filled to the brim with glitter has sold for US$85,000.

Op-Ed: Top plugins for cleaning up your act in 2015

New Year’s Resolutions fly right around the start of the New Year but by the end of January and into early February, those shiny new resolutions may have lost their appeal.

Watch brave man tackle machete-wielding jewelry store robber

Dramatic footage of a robbery involving an armed gang filmed Thursday shows the moment a brave bystander grapples with a machete-wielding robber as he tries to get away.

Internet activist Barrett Brown sentenced to 63 months in prison

A freelance journalist once known as the "unofficial spokesman" of the hacktivist collective Anonymous has been sentenced to 63 months in prison for linking to stolen corporate documents.

Popular messaging app WhatsApp now on desktops

Popular mobile app, WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, is now also available for use on your desktop, WhatsApp announced yesterday.

Department of Justice settles over fake Facebook profile lawsuit

The Justice Department reached a $134,000 settlement with a New York woman after the Drug Enforcement Administration used her information to set up a fake Facebook profile to track other suspects.

Christopher Poole, administrator of 4chan, announces retirement

The administrator of 4chan, an imageboard dedicated to Japanese culture and other topics, has announced that he will be leaving the website.

Graphic design and note-taking in one: Notegraphy app

The developer and design brains behind OmmWriter, the immensely serene and minimalistic desktop typing app, have created a mobile and web-based app called Notegraphy.

Cyber security predictions for 2015

Each year various cyber security experts provide their predictions about the immediate future of network and information security in the hopes that people can plan and prepare a little more effectively.

Watch terrifying New Jersey Turnpike I-95 trailer-tractor crash

A motorist on the New Jersey Turnpike I-95 captured on his cellphone camera Sunday morning, a terrifying close-call involving a tractor-trailer that lost control on black ice and came skidding toward his car.

Virgin Galactic's bold plan to change face of high-speed Internet

Although high-speed Internet and telephone options are available to billions of people, there is still a large percentage of the population without this important technological benefit.

NASA cuts live video as UFO rises from Earth toward ISS [Video]

UFO researchers are up in arms after NASA cut its live video feed streamed from the International Space Station (ISS) when a UFO appeared on the feed last week.

Facebook may know you better than friends and family, says study

A recent study from Stanford University and the University of Cambridge has found that a computer with data from a person's Facebook “likes” was better able to predict that individual's personality than most of their friends and family.

Want to hide from the NSA? Washington, DC public library can help

Do you want to use the Internet without fear of the National Security Agency or other government operatives snooping on your business? The public library in our nation's capital is here to help.

Sprint endorses net neutrality

Net neutrality advocates cheered a surprise move by telecommunications giant Sprint, which broke with the rest of the wireless industry on Friday by telling federal regulators that it would support strict net neutrality rules.

'Frostbit': Irish schoolboy's 'best accent ever' goes viral [Vid]

Ruairí McSorley, an 18-year-old schoolboy from Northern Ireland, has become an internet sensation after a TV interview in which he was asked to comment about the cold winter weather helped to showcase his unique Irish accent.

Ten percent of Twitter's 'most active users' don't do anything

Of Twitter's 284 million users, 24 million are just machines — apps or pieces of software — that ping Twitter's platform automatically "with no discernable user action involved," according to the company's disclosures to the SEC.

Magog welcomes Radio to the airwaves Special

As multi media platforms continue to dominate the public's vast psyche and mainstream corporate giants stumble and fall to the curb many local communities are creating local radio that is relevant specifically to their regions.

Facebook adds Amber alerts to news feeds

Social media giant Facebook announced Tuesday that it will begin including missing child advisories, known in the United States as Amber Alerts, in users' news feeds.

Op-Ed: Some experts still doubt North Korea hacked Sony

While FBI director James Comey presented new evidence to show that North Korea was responsible for the recent hacking of Sony Corporation many experts still doubt that North Korea is the culprit.

TopFinds: Charlie Hebdo shootings; Marriott Wi-Fi controversy

Paris sees its worst violence in years as 12 people are killed at the office of magazine Charlie Hebdo. Marriott is in hot water over its Wi-Fi policy. The ongoing "sex slave" scandal may see Bill Clinton subpoenaed. Welcome to this week's TopFinds.

Facebook photo of armed baby sparks outrage at Alabama gun range

The operators of an Alabama shooting range have raised eyebrows and ire by posting a Facebook photo of an infant holding a semiautomatic handgun.

Facebook takes another step in bid to replace need for YouTube

New statistics released by Facebook demonstrate the rapid growth of video sharing on the social network—and underscore the company's ambitions to be a serious rival to YouTube in the video space.

Why trending #KillAllMuslims isn't all it seems

The twitter hashtag #KillAllMuslims has been trending strong in the wake of Wednesday's Islamist terrorist attack on the headquarters of a controversial French satire magazine known for its cartoons skewering religion.

Lionel Messi's incredible touch stunt on Japanese TV goes viral

Lionel Messi, Barcelona and Argentina soccer superstar, took some time off from the grueling rigor of the Spanish La Liga to pull off an unbelievable stunt on a Japanese TV game show aired recently.

Dalhousie suspends 13 male students for disturbing Facebook page

Several male dentistry students have been partially suspended almost a month after women protested about the violent, misogynistic comments on the Facebook page "Class of DDS 2015 Gentlemen." A statement regarding the suspensions was released Monday

How Facebook influences voter participation

2015 will be an interesting year for politics. Whether you love it or hate it, social media is completely changing the landscape of voter participation, one Facebook post at a time.

Op-Ed: Police chief posts anti-racism tweet, gets called a racist

Why do so many white Americans reflexively accuse those who dare acknowledge the existence of white racism of being racists? It's a question I find myself asking more and more these days, and today's headlines provided yet another fresh example.

Watch Disney's Gaston challenged by tourist to push-up contest

A tourist at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida got his ego thoroughly deflated after he challenged the villain Gaston from Disney's 1991 classic, "Beauty and the Beast," to a push-up contest.

Republicans prepare to fight FCC net neutrality rules

As their numbers and confidence swell, Republicans in Congress are preparing to fight the Obama administration's plans to protect net neutrality.

Netflix testing VPN, proxy blocking tools

Netflix appears to be testing new tools and ways of blocking users proxying their way into the media streaming service, according to reports today.