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For Sen. Mark Warner there are fresh fears about the extent to which Russian agents may have tapped bots on tech sites, Recode reports. » Read More
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Donald Trump's lawyer Paul Manafort joined Twitter in 2016 and has since tweeted about Russia, Clinton and other subjects, Fortune reports.
An international group of cryptography experts has forced the U.S. National Security Agency to back down over two data encryption techniques it wanted set as global industry standards.
Martin Shkreli's bail was revoked last week by a judge for having offered Facebook followers $5,000 for samples of Hillary Clinton's hair.
EU leaders say most extremist content is spread online within one to two hours of being posted.
The FBI already raided Trump lawyer Paul Manafort's house. Now he's in legal hot water, says National Review's Andrew McCarthy.
Digital companies in the European Union pay in tax less than half the amount paid by traditional firms, the European Commission said.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against credit reporting firm Equifax.
The U.S. Senate intelligence committee on Tuesday canceled a closed staff interview with President Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen.
Věra Jourová, an EU commissioner, is paying American tech companies in the Valley a visit.
A Swiss financial watchdog has closed down providers of a “fake” cryptocurrency called E-Coin.
U.S. investigators wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort under secret court orders before and after the 2016 election, CNN reported on Monday.
Facebook and Google are protected by a safe harbor law that allows advertisers to remain anonymous.
Lobbyists and Republican lawmakers are gearing up for battle over a new U.S. regulation that is likely to dent profits in the $6 billion short-term, high-interest "payday" loan industry.
Some of the biggest companies in the world are finding they need to play by an entirely new set of rules on the once-anarchic internet.
The EU commissioner said American internet companies often don't pay their "fair share" of European taxes.
The auction would offer rival retailers equal footing for ads on the search engine.