Jun 18: Google says it wants to disclose when the government sends data requests like those in the newly discovered Prism program. More
Phishing campaigns spike on eve of Iranian election.
Google wants to make its compliance with secret government data requests public.
Law enforcers are publicly calling on manufacturers to install "killswitch" technology that would render a stolen device useless.
Page and Zuckerberg say they've never allowed the government to have unfettered access to their servers, as has been reported this week.
Security experts have theories on two major questions: Which parties knew about the program, and what type of communications was the government able to see?
Paltalk video chatting service is one of the more obscure companies targeted by the NSA.
Even though Verizon reportedly gave up call logs for its customers, there may be ways to avoid having the government seeing your phone logs.
Spam email soars as scam artists take advantage of naive investors.
Kaspersky Lab uncovered a new Chinese hacker group that is targeting the U.S. government and private industry.
Apple recently beefed up its authentication system in an effort to thwart hackers, but a new report shows the security measure is lacking in a huge area.
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