U.S. recovers millions from infamous '3ve' advertising scam group
It's the Eastern District of New York's biggest recovery from a cybercrime to date.
Reproductive rights at risk galvanize calls for federal privacy legislation
Lack of federal privacy protections could make abortion bans a lot more dangerous.
FBI charges Venezuelan doctor with using, selling 'Thanos' ransomware
Zagala's products were widely praised by customers.
ICE surveillance dragnet scoops up data on 3 out of 4 Americans, report finds
The report demonstrates how over the past decade ICE has shifted to using data collected beyond a law enforcement context.
Clearview AI agrees to not sell its facial recognition database to private companies
The landmark ruling also stops free trials to police without approval.
Cryptocurrency regulators are scrambling to catch up with hackers who are swiping billions
But who's in charge has become a game of hot potato.