Tracking all tech startup layoffs since COVID-19. Data is compiled from public reports.
More JSON: https://layoffs.fyi/wp-json/wp/v2/pages/397
Corporation Wiki exists to provide corporate transparency and historical data on companies. This allows officers to be held accountable for the actions they take through their corporations. Imagine if anybody could hide behind a fictitious name and say and do anything that they wanted without concern of discovery. If the internet provided the same level of transparency, imagine how many less trolls there would be lurking in the comment sections of websites around the world (We're talking to you, youtube).
People around the world rely on us to help validate that someone is as awesome as they say they are. Others rely on us to help them discover fraud and malice. It's a check-and-balance. As long as good and evil exist, so will we.
List of API's for gathering information about phone numbers, addresses, domains, etc.
This website aims to show who really owns the products and services we use every day, and where their profits and taxes really end up. It also reveals the intimate, sometimes incestuous relationships between these companies and the politicians whose decisions shape our lives and society. Our aim is to be the go-to site for citizens, the media, or anyone who wants to shine a spotlight on the way that corporations and governments work together for their mutual benefit.
Recent changes ATOM feed: https://www.wikicorporates.org/mediawiki/api.php?hidebots=1&urlversion=1&days=7&limit=50&action=feedrecentchanges&feedformat=atom
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's HTTPS file system allows comprehensive access to the SEC's EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system) filings by corporations, funds, and individuals. For full documentation, please see Accessing EDGAR Data.
Free and open threat intel feeds. Reputation, malware identification, blacklists, known bad IP ranges, blocklists, and more.
A site which generates RSS feeds for Steemit sites.
The Call API of augur.js is made up of “getter” functions that retrieve information from Augur’s Solidity smart contracts using Ethereum’s eth_call RPC; however, these functions do not write any information to the Ethereum blockchain. I should be able to use this to monitor the activities of certain smart contracts running on this service
A tool which digs up OSINT on a target. Domain names, usernames, phones, credentials API keys, and correlates them. Performs active scans to collect data. Generates HTML, JSON, plain text reports.
An online map that tracks power outages around the world. I don't immediately see an API but that doesn't mean that I can't reverse engineer the AJAX to find one.