Good morning! Hope you had a great weekend. Here's a look at some of the top tech stories you might have missed:
Following the violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend, a number of amateur sleuths have turned to the web to identify those in attendance.
The Twitter account @yesyoureracist shared numerous photos of protesters and, with the help of followers, tentatively named several individuals, TechCrunch reported.
One man who worked at a California hot dog restaurant was terminated, according to a post from the restaurant.
Not every ID was accurate, though. Many people mistakenly fingered an Arkansas engineering professor, leading the man to tweet multiple times that he was nowhere near Charlottesville when the protests occurred. The school later backed him up in a tweet of its own.
Hackers leak more HBO shows
More unaired episodes of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and other popular HBO programs made their onto the web over the weekend.
The premium cable network's servers were hacked last month, and the hackers had demanded millions not to release the stolen shows online.
HBO reportedly had offered $250,000, according to the BBC.
A "Game of Thrones" episode and several scripts had previously been leaked.
The hackers have not been identified.
Women in tech
Much has been written about the lack of women in the tech field.
One example: Austin-based Spanning Cloud Apps recently promoted Andrea Adams to vice president of engineering -- a move that made headlines because that particular position is 95 percent male.
Adams says resumes from women hardly ever come across her desk.
"I would like to see more women," she told the American-Statesman's Lilly Rockwell. "My daughter thinks what I do is completely boring."
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