In an interview with IBT, the civil rights leader recalled surveillance oversteps by federal agents tracking Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The indictments announced Thursday by Attorney General Loretta Lynch are only the third time the U.S. has publicly identified suspected cyber adversaries.
A number of British pirates have walked the plank in recent years.
The FBI And Cellebrite, The Israeli Company Reportedly Hacking The iPhone, Are Old Friends With $2 Million Worth Of Memories
Cellebrite makes technologies for extracting data from cell phones. It has reportedly supplied at least $2 million in products to the FBI since 2012.
The company makes a range of police and military surveillance equipment.
Free 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Blu-ray Movie Downloads Leaked To Kickass Torrents, The Pirate Bay
Previously, only camcorder-quality torrents have been available.
If a Tuesday hearing on their dispute with Apple had taken place, the feds would have been required to prove they had exhausted every resource in trying to access a gunman's iPhone data.
The Philippines also filed a complaint against two men who may be involved.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been an outspoken advocate of unbreakable encryption, despite ongoing legal pressure.
ISIS Terrorists Used Disposable Burner Phones, Activated Just Hours Before, To Carry Out Paris Attacks
The Islamic State group militants in the Nov. 13 attacks that killed 130 people also used victims’ cell phones to communicate.
No one has taken responsibility for the attacks, which silenced seven of Sweden’s most prominent news organizations amid growing tension with Russia.
The leader of the Roman Catholic Church already has a significant presence on Facebook and Twitter.
New emails come amid ongoing scrutiny over the former Secretary of State's private email server.
The New York Civil Liberties Union warned Wednesday that users could be susceptible to data breaches or police surveillance.
New 'Steam Stealer' Malware Gives Hackers Access To 77K Users' Games, Credit Card Numbers Every Month
Malware known as "Steam Stealer" makes the gaming network's 140 million users vulnerable.
US Students Compete To Solve Declining Bee Populations, Homeless Problem As Samsung Wades Into STEM Funding
Solar charging stations, melting sidewalks and prosthetic limbs were on display in New York City contest.
American pirates would not be impacted by a court decision in Australia.
"Not even the thinnest of reeds connects Twitter to this terrible event," the company says.
The messaging service, like other companies, has worked to improve encryption and security in recent years.
The tech company's Mac devices, featuring Gatekeeper software, aren't more secure than Windows devices. They're just attacked less frequently.
Windows, Mac and Linux users are encouraged to beef up their security immediately.
A poorly spelled transfer request raised bankers' suspicions, but only after the thieve made off with $81 million.
The Justice Department is expected to bring charges even though Iran does not have an extradition agreement with the U.S.
The extra power could give drivers of Elon Musk's electric vehicle an additional 30 miles per charge.
European police agencies are trying to make it harder to violate copyright law.
US Military’s F-35 Fighter Reaches Peak Fail Thanks To Radar Glitch That Forces Pilots To Switch Power Off And On
The U.S.’s long-in-development F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has a new problem that requires its radar to be restarted.
By downloading Transmission software, users unwittingly became victims of the first known ransomware attack on the Apple Mac OS X operating system.
Free Transmission Torrent Alternatives: Look For Deluge, Not uTorrent, To Download Movies After Ransomware Infection
Just because it's easy to steal movies and TV shows doesn't make it safe.
Meet The Cyber-Industrial Complex: Private Contractors May Get $7B Windfall From Pentagon's Cyberwar On ISIS
When military personnel press the red button, they could be launching malicious software against enemies of the U.S. built by familiar names.
Leigh Anne Arthur was forced to resign after a 16-year-old sifted through her camera app.