Tech Giants Facebook, Google, Yahoo Speak Out Against Cyber Security Bill 'CISA,' Due Before US Senate
Privacy activists and major tech firms are typically at odds, but they both oppose a Senate proposal called the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.
Nearly 90% Of Those Killed By US Drones Were Not Intended Targets During Five-Month Span: Report
The Obama administration has consistently said targeted killings are carried out precisely against imminent threats to the United States.
Pornhub Promises To Remove Revenge Porn Videos, Pictures Within Hours
The adult site follows Google, Twitter and other mainstream sites in taking steps against harassment.
Visa, FireEye Unveil Web Portal Meant To Share Malware Threats Faster
Merchants using Visa will get faster information about new malware and hacking incidents.
Kickass Torrents Warning: Google's Notorious 'Harmful Programs' Advisory Lifted After Malware Removal
Becoming the largest piracy site in the world comes with a price.
TPP Pits Big Tech Against Internet Freedom Groups As Wikileaks Reveals Strict IP, Copyright Protections
The dense, highly technical intellectual property provision is bad news for Internet groups. But Big Pharma and Tech love it.
FAA May Use Radio Signals To Catch Drone Pilots Flying Near Airports
The agency also proposed a $1.9 million lawsuit against an aerial photography company.
F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Jet Will Sling Lethal, Unmanned Drones At Enemy Targets -- It Just Has To Get Off The Ground
Plagued with problems almost since day one, the "ultimate fighter jet" will sling lethal, unmanned drones at enemy targets.
Kunduz Bombing: WikiLeaks Bounty Promises $50k For Anyone With Video, Cockpit Audio
WikiLeaks is behind the release of the "Collateral Murder" video, a case that's been compared to the Kunduz bombing.
Canadian Military Puts Up $630K Bounty For Hacking, Defending 2015 Pickup Truck
The Canadian Department of Defense said hacking a truck is a concern because driver safety is at risk.
Safe Harbor Decision Could Spur Congressional Action On Privacy Rights, Data Safeguards
Privacy advocates throughout the world are calling on the U.S. to follow a European court's example in recognizing data privacy as a fundamental human right.
Elon Musk's SpaceX Joins Israeli SpaceIL In Google's $30 Million Race To The Moon Contest
The first private company to land on the moon will win $20 million.
Top European Court Kills 'Safe Harbor,' A Major Blow To US Tech Companies Like Google, Microsoft And Facebook
Instead of adhering to a single privacy rule, U.S. tech companies may now need to negotiate with each country in Europe.
4chan Shooting Hoax: Oregon Murders Coincided With Eggman's Trip To Seattle, And Philadelphia Threats Could Be A Prank
The FBI investigation that connected 4chan to the Oregon shooting may have been the result of an incredible coincidence.
Facebook Satellites Will Beam Internet To Another 14 African Countries By 2016 As Part Of Internet.org Plan
The social networking company is teaming with France's Eutelsat to beam Internet connection to 14 sub-Saharan nations via satellite.
Hacked T-Mobile Records For Sale For $1 Apiece On Dark Net, Payable In Bitcoin
It's possible that the listings are fake.
Meet 4chan: Home Of Anonymous And The Fappening Resurfaces With Oregon Shooting
The forum of anonymous posts was thrust into notoriety once again after Thursday's massacre in Oregon.
Don't Trust The Pirate Bay: Movie Torrent Site Down Again, Amid Growing Skepticism And More Malware
It's been a rough 11 months or so for the Pirate Bay since the site was taken offline as part of a Swedish sting.
Stagefright 2.0 Hack: Over A Billion Android Phones Can Be Infected Via MP3
Hundreds of millions of people were vulnerable to the initial Stagefright hack. Google is aware of the issue.
Hacker University: Cyberattackers Target Military Research, Student Records At 'Soft Target' US Colleges
Hackers are launching more attacks than ever against U.S. universities — but they're not collecting as much personal information as you'd think.
Russian Hackers Threw Molotov Cocktails At Cybersecurity Firm That Exposed ATM Malware
Cybercrime rarely spills over into the physical world but, when it does, it usually doesn't end well.
Apple Strips US Drone Strike Tracker From App Store For Violating 'Objectionable' Content Rule
Between 425 and 965 Pakistani civilians have been killed by U.S. drone strikes, according to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
Trump Hotel Hack: Payment Info Stolen From Infected Registers Being Used By Hackers
Trump Hotels is offering customers a year of free credit monitoring.
Hacker Exfocus Blamed For Knocking Rutgers University Offline With DDoS Attack, Even After Expensive Upgrade
A hacker calling himself Exfocus previously claimed he was being paid in bitcoin to create havoc on the school's Internet.
Hackers Target KickAss Torrents With Fake 'Blue Screen Of Death' Ad
Being the most popular piracy site online comes with unintended consequences.
US, China Reach Deal On Cyber Theft, But Obama Says 'Work Is Not Yet Done'
U.S. officials previously suggested the two nations would agree to impose a ban on hacking each other's critical infrastructure.
NASA Shows Off BRUIE, The Drone That Will Look For Life On Europa, In New Arctic Video
Europa is one of the four largest moons hovering near Jupiter and is inundated with radiation from the giant gas planet.
New ATM Malware Helps Hackers Dispense Cash On Command, Rendering Chip Security Irrelevant
Both GreenDispenser and SUCEFUL, which is capable of stealing a customer's debit card, are believed to be in the development stage.
Apple iOS 9 Passcode Hack Lets Users Break Into Photos, Contacts Without Unlocking iPhone -- Thanks Siri
Siri is automatically enabled on the lock screen, so many users are vulnerable to this hack without being aware of it.
Angry Volkswagen Owners Form Twitter Lynch Mob With #BuyBackMyTDI, #VWGate, And #VWCares, While VW Remains Silent
Being accused of flouting environmental regulations and then lying about it isn't great for business, it turns out.