Following last week's hack, Twitter appears to be planning to make logins more secure by introducing two-factor authentication.
Seven video game companies have agreed to close the accounts of more than 3,500 registered sex offenders in New York State.
Sony's suspended over 93,000 user accounts after another major attack on the company's systems.
Mountain View has frozen or purged a number of Google+ accounts and related services such as Gmail/Docs for allegedly violating the company’s Terms of Service (ToS).
Citigroup's admitted that many more credit cards were compromised by its recent data breach than it indicated in its previous statement.
In what's clearly been a busy weekend for hackers, reports are appearing that there has been suspicious activity over at the iTunes App Store.
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Twitter have reached an agreement over charges that the latter entity failed to protect users from security breaches which allowed hackers to access a number of accounts.