The FCC wants to force phone carriers to guard against SIM-swapping scams
SIM-swapping can lead to identity and financial fraud.
Cybercrime is hitting communities of color at higher rates, study finds
"Everyone else has a better chance at not being financially hit, everyone else has a better chance of skirting by kind of unscathed."
Momentum builds to strengthen FTC's role as privacy enforcer, though hurdles remain
The agency is poised for a reboot.
Poly Network fully recovers assets stolen in unusual $600M cryptocurrency hack
The company will now begin to restore all its services.
FCC proposes record $5 million robocall fine for voter suppression scam
John Burkman and Jacob Wohl are also facing a number of felony charges.
Four years after FBI shut it down, AlphaBay dark web marketplace claims it's back in business
The new-look AlphaBay will have to work to regain trust in the criminal underworld.