Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY

Elizabeth Weise

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Recent articles by Elizabeth:

CEO whose firm refused to hire Muslims pays $485,000 settlement

The head of a Washington state aerospace company sent whose CEO refused to hire Muslims, gave the thumbs up to jokes about killing them and who told employees they must have babies to keep American from being “backfilled with rubbish from the despera → Read More

Apple: Latest WikiLeaks CIA hacks to iPhones fixed long ago

Apple said late Thursday it had patched years ago any of the alleged CIA hacks to its iPhone and Mac released by WikiLeaks earlier in the day and that it has "not negotiated with WikiLeaks for any information." → Read More

Airbnb to triple China presence, focus on Chinese traveler

The company is tripling its investment in one of the world's fastest-growing travel markets → Read More

Airbnb to triple China presence, focus on Chinese traveler

The company is tripling its investment in one of the world's fastest-growing travel markets → Read More

That review you wrote on Amazon? Priceless

Only 5% to 10% of customers write reviews but those reviews drive 20% of sales. → Read More

That review you wrote on Amazon? Priceless

Only 5% to 10% of customers write reviews but those reviews drive 20% of sales. → Read More

Uber says trade theft case is between Otto chief and Google

It says the self-driving car patent infringement lawsuit should go to arbitration. → Read More

Why does Russia outsource its hacking?

Almost all nations engage in some type of cyber espionage but Russia stands apart because instead of using intelligence and military staff, it outsources the work to criminal hackers from its thriving cyber underground. → Read More

58 tech firms sign brief against new Trump travel ban

The brief asks for a termporary restraining order against → Read More

What is the Ides of March and why should we beware?

There's no need to beware on March 15, but perhaps Julius Caesar should have been. → Read More

Look Ma, no hands! No steering wheel needed under new Calif. car rules

SAN FRANCISCO — Look Ma, no hands! → Read More

Look Ma, no hands! No steering wheel needed under new Calif. car rules

Manufacturers also won't need brake pedals or (human) drivers, after they meet certain hurdles. → Read More

9 cybersecurity tips for the mildly paranoid (plus 4 for the truly anxious)

Here’s a list of nine things everyone should be doing already to keep their information relatively confidential, plus four more for the truly paranoid. → Read More

9 cybersecurity tips for the mildly paranoid (plus 4 for the truly anxious)

Here’s a list of nine things everyone should be doing already to keep their information relatively confidential, plus four more for the truly paranoid. → Read More

9 cybersecurity tips for the mildly paranoid (plus 4 for the truly anxious)

After WikiLeaks, it looks like the CIA has a range of ways to hack your phone. Who else could try? → Read More

9 cybersecurity tips for the mildly paranoid (plus 4 for the truly anxious)

After WikiLeaks, it looks like the CIA has a range of ways to hack your phone. Who else could try? → Read More

They could, but did they? What the CIA leak means for you

Small comfort: These expensive cyberweapons probably weren't deployed against low-level targets. → Read More

Could the CIA really hack your phones and TVs?

There's an old Soviet proverb that computer security experts like to quote: "If you think it, don't say it. If you say it, don't write it. If you write it, don't be surprised." → Read More

Could CIA really hack your TVs, phones?

SAN FRANCISCO – There’s an old Soviet proverb that computer security experts like to quote: “If you think it, don’t say it. If you say it, don’t write it. If you write it, don’t be surprised.” → Read More

They could, but did they? What the CIA leak means for you

Small comfort: These expensive cyberweapons probably weren't deployed against low-level targets. → Read More