Facebook, Twitter act on Trump's false messaging after violence at Capitol
Trump's activity was the extension of a long and ultimately dangerous line of public comments.
Al Jazeera journalist files lawsuit accusing Saudi, UAE crown princes of hack-and-leak
The lawsuit, filed by journalist Ghada Oueiss in a Florida federal court, claims 19 defendants total were involved in a breach of her iPhone.
Why social media disinformation represents such a security threat
Media literacy could be the key to fending off the next generation of information operations.
Takedown of 92 Iran-owned domains includes 4 used for disinformation in US, feds say
The Department of Justice said the four domains targeted at U.S. audiences — newsstand7.com, usjournal.net, usjournal.us and twtoday.net — were seized specifically under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).
Twitter bolsters security for political accounts as election looms
It's an eleventh-hour move to safeguard high profile users as Election Day nears.
Tampa Bay Times struck by ransomware, joining a growing club of hacked media outlets
The paper seemed to be largely unaffected by the incident.