About James Cook
James is a European Technology Reporter for Business Insider who lives in London. Before joining Business Insider, James was a Contributing Editor at The Daily Dot, and the Deputy Editor of The Kernel.
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Apple wants to shake up the current system.
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The malicious email claimed to come from CEO Evan Spiegel, and someone in Snapchat's payroll department fell for it.
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