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Microsoft exposed data of 250 million customers with conversations going back 14 years

Microsoft has admitted it exposed nearly 250 million customer service records owing to “misconfiguration of an internal customer support database” used for tracking support cases that included logs of conversations between Microsoft support agents and customers from all over the world. All of the Microsoft customers’ data was left accessible to anyone with a web […]


Adapting games, from cardboard to code and back again

The relationship between the world of cardboard-and-tokens physical games and their digital cousins has always been complicated. Though they’ve both grown exponentially in recent years, and each continues to influence the other, historically, there’s been a divide between the two industries that only the biggest names could surmount, like Monopoly and Scrabble. But as board […]