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Bitcoins are trading at record highs. Law enforcement officials told a Senate panel they are worried about Bitcoin being used for crime. But fans of the currency don't want too much regulation.
Within a 28-hour period, the price of Bitcoin soared from a little over $500 to an all-time high above $900. Shortly after, it plunged back down again to a level just above $500.
For some companies, fighting back against hackers means engaging in spy games. Or hacking themselves to gain the trust of cybercriminals.
The top aviation regulator in Europe will soon allow airline passengers to use their smartphones, tablets and e-books during take-off and landing, echoing changes in the U.S.
The battle against malware is made harder when companies have bad habits. A survey shows a large number of bosses keep visiting porn sites -- and companies keep quiet about data breaches.
Even if the newly created Obamacare data hub is hacked into, attackers will find nothing but encrypted messages leading to locked boxes.
British police have arrested four men and expect to make "many more" arrests as they track down people associated with the online drug website, Silk Road.
Vulnerabilities in cameras connected to the Internet and in wireless routers could enable hackers to watch you in your living room. Laurie Segall reports.
Last week's attack on 2.9 million Adobe customers' information shouldn't come as a surprise.
Hackers at the Black Hat cybersecurity conference are able to turn on the camera in your smart TV, without you ever knowing. Laurie Segall reports.