Mark Zuckerberg tells employees Facebook's 'encryption' will protect abortion-seeking users
Facebook has said it plans to fully roll out end-to-end encryption across its services by mid-2023.
Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade reversal sparks calls for strengthening privacy
Data collected by tech companies could be used to prosecute abortion seekers, they warn.
FBI takes down dark web marketplace for U.S. citizen personal data
The crime operation may have been connected to Joker's Stash.
Regulators slam Twitter with $150M fine over using consumer security data for advertising
The practice violates federal law and a 2011 order from the FTC, which alleged Twitter's failure to safeguard user data led to two breaches.
INTERPOL hauls in alleged Nigerian cybercrime ringleader
The group is believed to have hit more than 50,000 victims.
Hunter Biden emails that Trump allies shared contain signs of possible 'tampering,' analysis suggests
Researchers shared the data to provide a more complete context about the data and questions surrounding it, they said.
FSB's Fronton DDoS tool was actually designed for 'massive' fake info campaigns, researchers say
The analysis shows that what was thought of as a straightforward DDoS tool was so much more.
Russians allegedly storm Ukrainian ISP, blackmail it to switch to Russian networks
Russia has hit Ukrainian satellite broadband services and Internet providers since the beginning of the war and recently began physically attacking Ukrainian Internet companies, according to the state information agency.
The federal government must address national security concerns in antitrust reforms
The antitrust bills being considered in both the House and Senate include provisions that would have unintended cybersecurity consequences.
Clearview AI agrees to not sell its facial recognition database to private companies
The landmark ruling also stops free trials to police without approval.