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Most Downvoted Comment In Reddit History
EA has made some contraversal changes to progression in the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront 2, and fans have been very vocal about it. As of this writing, this EA PR comment is currently at over negative six-hundred and sixty points.
Firefox's faster, slicker, slimmer Quantum edition now out
Version 57 of the Firefox browser is out today. It has a sleek new interface and, under the hood, major performance enhancements, with Mozilla claiming that it's as much as twice as fast as it was a year ago. Not only should it be faster to load and render pages, but its user interface should remain quick and responsive even under heavy load with hundreds of tabs.
From Anil Dash and Fog Creek Software, an update Fogbugz. Project management, bug tracking, issue tracking and support. Integrations with key tools like Slack, GitHub & Trello are free and easily customizable, and search and management features are simple and powerful.
CompuServe Forums, RIP
Holy crap, the compuserve forums were still around?
Canada Revenue Agency Obtains Broad Court Order for Years of PayPal Data
The Canada Revenue Agency has obtained a federal court order requiring PayPal to hand over years of transactional information from all business accounts in Canada. The scope of the order is incredibly broad, covering any business account holder who sent or received a payment over a nearly four year period from January 1, 2014 to November 10, 2017. The information to be disclosed includes: