Faux $1.2B Unicorn Admits 95% of Userbase Are Fake Bots; $200M Funded SF Startup Called 'IRL' Shutters
IRL — a San Francisco-based app startup with $200M funding from the likes of Softbank, et. al. — crumbles as it discloses 95% of its user base are bots. The company was previously under SEC investigation for allegedly misleading investors.
Twitter Hacker "PlugwalkJoe" Hacked Obama, Biden, Apple, and Even Elon Musk; Faces Five Years in Prison for High-Profile Cybercrimes
Joseph James O'Connor, also known as "PlugwalkJoe," has finally been sentenced to five years in prison for his role in the infamous 2020 Twitter hack and other cybercrime offenses.
Whether madness or a stroke of genius, Mayor London Breed proposes replacing the Westfield Mall with a soccer stadium, of all things. She broadly invited business leaders to make a huge investment in downtown SF.