🏃♀️ It's Time to Bring Back the AIM Away Message
Plus: Elon Musk's Ultimatum to Tesla Execs: Return to the Office or Get Out, Anti-abortion activists are collecting the data they'll need for prosecutions post-Roe, and more…
It's Time to Bring Back the AIM Away Message. In the beginning, there was AOL Instant Messenger. That wasn't actually the beginning. Talkomatic, Compuserve's CB Simulator, and Internet Relay Chat (IRC) all preceded it. But AIM was the beginning of something, a gateway to real-time… (Lauren Goode / WIRED)
Elon Musk's Ultimatum to Tesla Execs: Return to the Office or Get Out. The world's richest man appears to have had it with this whole working-from-home business. Elon Musk, chief executive officer of Tesla Inc., weighed in on the return-to-office debate Wednesday on Twitter by elaborating on an email he apparently… (Katrina Nicholas / Bloomberg)
Anti-abortion activists are collecting the data they'll need for prosecutions post-Roe. Heather Mobley, a board member of Charlotte for Choice, volunteers as a clinic defender there. Clinic defenders put themselves in between people attending the clinics and protesters, verbally engaging with protesters as needed. They also surveil… (Abby Ohlheiser / MIT Technology Review)
Affirm teams up with Stripe as the BNPL wars intensify. Two fintech giants are partnering up. Affirm is making its buy now, pay later technology available to businesses who use Stripe's payments tech. This means that a whole slew of companies that were not… (Mary Ann Azevedo / TechCrunch)
Code execution 0-day in Windows has been under active exploit for 7 weeks. A critical code execution zero-day in all supported versions of Windows has been under active exploit for seven weeks, giving attackers a reliable means for installing malware without triggering Windows Defender and a roster of other endpoint… (Dan Goodin / Ars Technica)
Techmeme @TechmemeResearchers told Microsoft on April 12 of an RCE Windows exploit being used in the wild; Microsoft now calls it a critical flaw, but it's still unpatched (@dangoodin001 / Ars Technica) https://t.co/k9jIMnv4bE https://t.co/p52PR3u1Y6
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