Here’s why you shouldn’t give your Fortnite password to strangers
A teenager in Ohio fell victim to the oldest scam on record while playing Fortnite. Hopefully his loss will stand as a good lesson for the legions of other neophytes cutting their teeth on the popular battle royale game. What happened: The 13-year-old, named Jake, was playing a match when a stranger made him a tempting offer. He could have free skins for his character — a character that, according to Jake’s mom Amy, he’d already invested a significant amount of money in. All Jake had to do was give the stranger his account details, including his password. I’m not necessarily… This story continues at The Next Web
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): The inaugural Cities 4.0 & Business 4.0 International Conference and Exhibition will gather the public and private sectors from Malaysia and across the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region to discuss practical framework and strategies to elevate the smart city concept and digital adoption in the region.