Wednesday, June 08, 2022

Daily Headlines for June 8, 2022

A Supreme Court speech showdown is coming, and nobody knows what to expect
The First Amendment is up for debate

FBI seizes notorious marketplace for selling millions of stolen SSNs

Beth Ford wants to change the narrative about rural America
The CEO of Land O’Lakes is No. 3 on Fast Company’s third annual Queer 50 list.

Inside the $100K+ forgery scandal that’s roiling PC game collecting
From Akalabeth to Xenobia, many rare PC titles are now considered elaborate scams.

What games come with Nintendo Switch Online?
The classic games you can play if you pay for one of Nintendo's subscriptions.

‘The Quarry’ is a standout slasher that takes just a few wrong turns

Fraud and Identity Theft Trial to Test American Anti-Hacking Law
A woman is accused of downloading data of more than 100 million Capital One customers. Her lawyers argue a conviction would criminalize legitimate research practices.

Thousands of Mobike users’ passports and IDs exposed online

The tangled truth about NFTs and copyright
If code is law, countless NFTs are built on buggy code

The EU’s messaging interoperability reform is a big win and a major challenge

Human rights advocates tell Congress bitcoin is essential in countries with ‘collapsing’ currencies

These 3 factors could end the pay gap
Sunshine Farzan observes that a sharper focus on pay transparency, skill-based compensation, and hybrid working models—can each help bolster women’s pay.  

I had to quit my dream job at Google because of anxiety. Here’s what I learned
Ami Lebendiker reveals how every time she had a panic attack, she would hide it from her colleagues, boss, and other team members: ‘I felt ashamed.’

Being a good leader means nothing without investing in yourself. Here’s how
Startup founder and author Kathryn Finney shares small changes that helped foster her personal growth and strength as a leader.

The greatest entrepreneurs in the world are also the best at building trust
Without trust, your startup is worthless

Microsoft’s Augmented-Reality Chief Plans to Leave Company
Alex Kipman led efforts to develop the HoloLens headset

Meet the trans, anarchist founder who just landed $25M to reform how crypto is stored

A sci-fi story of climate optimism

This new ‘integrity initiative’ is designed to fight corporate greenwashing
As hundreds of companies set climate goals to reach net zero emissions, it’s difficult to tell what’s actually greenwashing.

Inside the quest to redesign the diaper
The global diaper industry has long been dominated by Huggies and Pampers, but now a flock of startups are shaking things up—and making their diapers way more sustainable.

‘After lockdown, things exploded’ – how TikTok triggered a books revolution

Alana Mayo, president of Orion Pictures, is pushing for ‘radical inclusion’ in film
The president of Orion Pictures is No. 4 on Fast Company’s third-annual Queer 50 list.

HBO Max canceled Raised by Wolves after two seasons
Season 2 made its debut in February

Netflix is getting an animated Ghostbusters show from the minds behind Afterlife
There aren’t many details yet

Black Adam’s first trailer brings the thunder and the fury
The Justice Society will rise to meet Black Adam this fall

Trailer: Prey puts Predator series in refreshing new bow-and-arrow sights
Prey is a Hulu exclusive, while "Netflix Geeked" brings Snoop Dogg vs. vampires, more.

Netflix’s The School for Good and Evil welcomes its newest class in new clip
Sofia Wylie and Sophia Anne Caruso star as Agatha and Sophie

Get a first look at season three of 'For All Mankind' ahead of Friday debut
We're only three days away from Mars!

Is NFT art any good?
An art critic takes stock of the tokenized digital aesthetic

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