Rose Callaghan: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet) | Comedy- Tempemail

Hello, I’m comedian and internet aficionado Rose Callaghan. I have ADHD and am what many would consider “underemployed” so obviously spend most of my time on the internet arguing with people on Twitter and watching TikToks. I live and breathe the internet and unfortunately/sadly haven’t been able to stop posting Continue Reading

Internet baffled by metal face jewellery to ‘compliment your chin’- Tempemail

A piece of facial jewellery designed to “compliment your chin and lower lip” has people on social media confused and comparing it to a bulldog clip. The item, designed by German jewellery brand MYL Berlin, has two hooks with rounded ends that fit over the lower lip and a geometric Continue Reading

WhatsApp Sues Indian Government Over New Privacy Threatening Internet Law – Tempemail

WhatsApp on Wednesday fired a legal salvo against the Indian government to block new regulations that would require messaging apps to trace the “first originator” of messages shared on the platform, thus effectively breaking encryption protections. “Requiring messaging apps to ‘trace’ chats is the equivalent of asking us to keep Continue Reading

Cameron Wilson: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet) | Twitter

My longest and most dedicated relationship is with the internet. I love it. I love that we’ve given every single person on the earth the power to access and contribute to the world’s knowledge. I love that we mostly use it to watch other people meltdown or occasionally meltdown ourselves. Continue Reading

120 Compromised Ad Servers Target Millions of Internet Users – Tempemail

An ongoing malvertising campaign tracked as “Tag Barnakle” has been behind the breach of more than 120 ad servers over the past year to sneakily inject code in an attempt to serve malicious advertisements that redirect users to rogue websites, thus exposing victims to scamware or malware. Unlike other operators Continue Reading

YIKES! Cybercriminals flood the Internet with 100,00 malicious PDF documents – Tempemail

Cybercriminals are resorting to search engine poisoning techniques to lure business professionals into seemingly legitimate Google sites that install a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) capable of carrying out a wide range of attacks. The attack works by leveraging searches for business forms such as invoices, templates, questionnaires, and receipts as Continue Reading