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Facebook's data scientists who had access to the daily lives of nearly 1.3 billion users operated with few limits until recently, the WSJ reported.
Experts are more worried about commercialization of the Internet than about surveillance or errant nation-states blocking services, Re/code reports.
An executive at BAE Systems misrepresented an alleged cyberhacking incident involving a hedge fund, the company said Wednesday.
Though sales of cyber-insurance are a fraction of the $1.1 trillion in total premiums, experts see the number growing exponentially.
Treasury Secretary Lew wants to address economic reform and the cyber-spying charges against Chinese officials that have angered Beijing.
The United States will urge China to resume discussions on cybersecurity.
Facebook and the Manhattan DA's office are fighting over demands for the contents of hundreds of accounts, The New York Times reports.
EU citizens who have had their privacy breached by state authorities while in the U.S. could be protected by American laws.
An app-only booking company has added keyless room entry and mobile check-in features for hotel guests.
White Ops claims it has developed technology that can differentiate between pesky “bots” and real people. The New York Times reports.
An obscured screen may not be enough to keep prying eyes from stealing your passcode.
What do Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, two of the great minds of our time fear? The rise of the machines. Their warnings are chilling.
For about two years, US hedge funds have been under stealthy attacks from cyber-criminals intent on intercepting trading strategies.
A glitch in its customer checkout systems caused delays and long lines at some Target stores across the country Sunday night, the company said.
AT&T confirms attackers, allegedly employees of one of AT&T's service providers, stole personal information in its Mobility wireless unit.
The Supreme Court unanimously upheld the patentability of software Thursday, but raised the bar on what types of software are protected.
Microsoft and Google have agreed to add a "kill switch" to the next versions of their operating systems for smartphones.
The FBI has been investigating a wave of so-called denial-of-service, or DDoS attacks, against web start-ups. The New York Times reports.
Quirky is setting up a separate company, Wink, whose main technology is software helping seamlessly connect automated home devices.
When do threatening comments made on social media sites cross the line into criminal activity? The USAToday reports.
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