Facebook Reveals US, India Lead Govt Requests Seeking User Data

Government requests for account data increased to 46,763 from 41,214 in the first half of the year.

FBI Paid More Than $1 Million to Crack the San Bernardino iPhone

FBI paid the largest ever publicised fee for a hacking job.

Judge critical of NSA's 'systemic overcollection'

Recently declassified documents show that the NSA’s system of almost limitless collection of data was highly criticised by Judge Bates.

Password confessions of a security expert

In this truly shocking and damning confession, a security expert reveals how terrible his password habits used to be, how he changed and how you can too.

Adventures in the dark underworld of cyberspace

Typically the word "crime" conjures up images of men in balaclavas and guns, but the truth is that cybercrime is an industry worth over a trillion pounds. We delve into their dark underworld.

UK says, Let there be drones!

The UK's House of Lords is launching an inquiry into the feasibility of allowing unmanned drones to swarm the skies of Great Britain, and to find "new and innovative" ways to use them.

Government trolls banned from Wikipedia

The U.S. Congress may not be able to get much done, but apparently there’s one task they have no trouble performing – editing Wikipedia articles.

Angry Russia to 'sanction' US tech firms

Russia contemplating legeslative 'sanctions' of its own against US tech companies.

Imprisoned real life dictator Noriega sues Activision over dis

He is in prison but that hasn't stopped former murderous ruler of Panama, Manuel Noriega, suing over a murderous Call of Duty: Black Ops II character.

Dragonfly is the latest advance in weaponised malware

If researchers' conclusions about Dragonfly prove even partially correct, it confirms the adoption of tactics and techniques by nation states or their proxy groups in the use of weaponised malware.

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