Peace, who made his name selling databases of Silicon Valley companies, has dumped apparent data of a rival's black market site.
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Think back to the Internet of 2006. You were likely browsing from a computer as iPhones didn’t yet exist. was restricted to college students; you might’ve been mixing it up on MySpace. And the websites of many fashion magazines were still just splash pages, devoid of content but collecting newsstand subscriptions. It was the latter […]
Ah, 2004. It was a simpler time—a time of MySpace and Xanga, a time of American Idol and 7th Heaven. In games, 2004 was the year of World of Warcraft and Half-Life 2. George Bush defeated John Kerry. It was also the year Donald Trump appeared in an Xbox E3 ad spoofing The Apprentice and fired phony PlayStation representatives. Yes, good times. Read more...
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Social networks are essential for promoting music and shows, but their popularity can rise and fall. Remember MySpace? There are just two constants in your marketing plan, your web site and your email list. In this post, the smart folks at CyberPR share some musician newsletter essentials. _________________________________________ This guest...
If you, single person, often find yourself nostalgic for the bygone days of MySpace profile songs, Tinder and Spotify would like to get you back in the mood with their latest collaboration. Starting today, anyone can add a Tinder "Anthem" to their profile page, show off their top artists on Spotify and quickly swipe through potential mates based on their music tastes.
We visited Trixie Mattel's old social media stomping grounds and found a treasure trove of vintage Trixie realness.
Red alert: someone found Taylor Swift's old 2006 MySpace pics hidden away in an archive, and so many of them are a testament to her best-friendship with her red-headed saint Abigail. The internet truly is forever. It's impossible toShow More Summary
"I met this guy through MySpace—which sounds terrible to say out loud."
Apparently all y'all gay folks in California who can now get married have Myspace/MTV reality assclown Tila Tequila to thank. From Us Magazine's website: "It is because of me — I definitely think [my show] has helped the movement,"Show More Summary
Somewhere between the invention of MySpace and the release of Kim Kardashian’s magnum opus Selfish, selfies went from a guilty indulgence to a straight-up movement. Some argued that they offered people, especially women and people of...Show More Summary
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We now rarely go a month without hearing about some sort of data breach; it might be an up-to-date service like Gmail or something most of us have forgotten about, like MySpace. Factor in our increasing awareness of the ways our private...Show More Summary
Taylor Swift’s new look reminds fans of her first, signature hairstyle, when T-Swift emerged as the sweet, curly haired blonde singing “Teardrops On My Guitar,” back in 2009. Taylor Swift has changed up her look more times than we can keep track of, but the country star recently traded in her sleek bob for a... Show More Summary
If there's one thing Taylor Swift is now, it's extremely cool. Back in the early 2000s, however, she had a Myspace account where she posted embarrassing stuff about squirrels. Buzzfeed recently found a treasure trove of Swift's old blogs, which you can peruse here. The best one is this post ... More »
The third season of Netflix's black comedy debuted this summer. Here's the story behind its trippy theme song. The post Song Exploder: The BoJack Horseman Theme Actually Began on MySpace appeared first on WIRED.
A hacker linked to breaches at MySpace and LinkedIn now has millions of alleged Yahoo accounts. Yahoo says it's investigating the claim.
A hacker is selling what is said to be the account information of 200 million Yahoo users on the dark Web — and Yahoo knows about it. ‘Peace’ is a known hacker that previously broke into MySpace and LinkedIn, and has put Yahoo credentials up for sale on a hacker’s marketplace called The Real Deal. Show More Summary