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Booting Up: The Syrian Electronic Army Rings In the New Year By Hacking Skype

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Wealthy man, Mr. Cook (Photo: News.au)

Wealthy man, Mr. Cook (Photo: News.au)

The Syrian Electronic Army didn't take the day off yesterday. The hacker collective took over Skype's website and Twitter accounts warning people that they're being spied on. [Daily Dot]

AllThingsD is dead, ReCode is alive. [New York Times]

Apple CEO Tim Cook's salary last year is more than you can ever imagine despite taking a ten percent pay cut. [BGR]

Winamp isn't dead after all. Aol is reportedly selling it and Shoutcast to Radionomy, a Belgium-based aggregator of radio stations. [TechCrunch]

The alleged hackers behind the Snapchat's massive leak of usernames and phone names explain that they did it to "put public pressure on Snapchat to get this exploit fixed." The app still hasn't publicly commented on the flaw. [The Verge]

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