Accused Twitter hacker arrested in Florida; two others charged
The suspect, a 17-year-old, was charged with 30 felony counts.
Insurer's huge data exposure draws charges from New York state
The complaint is the first action under new Department of Financial Services regulations.
Researchers to Supreme Court: Terms of service violations shouldn't be CFAA crime
Researchers worry that corporations' "terms of service" could have too much sway over the implementation of a federal anti-hacking law.
Privacy groups are still trying to get documents unsealed in Facebook encryption case
The ACLU and EFF say a failure to clarify the legal requirements for giving authorities access to encrypted communications would set a dangerous precedent.
Equifax settles with Massachusetts, Indiana for nearly $40 million
The resolutions end state claims filed in connection with the 2017 data breach.
Vault 7 court case ends in mistrial on most serious charges
Joshua Schulte has been found guilty on counts of contempt of court and giving false statements to the FBI.