All your tweets are belong to us

A New York judge has ruled that prosecutors aren't required to obtain a subpoena for deleted tweets, as they are considered public information owned by a third party. 

Anonymous rolls out AnonTunes for the masses

Cyber activists linked to the Anonymous collective have rolled out a new social music platform aptly dubbed "AnonTunes."

A fifth of Macs 'contain malware'

One in five Macs is harboring malware, says security firm Sophos - and not just the native kind but the Windows variety too.

Anonymous hacktivists have security industry scared

Well, they will be pleased. Hacktivists such as the Anonymous collective are now the biggest fear keeping security professionals awake at night.

WikiLeaks suspect wants charges dismissed

Pfc. Bradley Manning - who was recently charged with aiding the enemy  - stands accused of leaking thousands of classified documents that ultimately ended up on WikiLeaks.

Iranian oil sector under cyber attack

An enigmatic virus has reportedly infected various computer networks administering key aspects of Iran's lucrative oil sector. 

DNSChanger victims could lose internet in July

Hundreds of thousands of computer users around the world are in danger of losing their internet connection this summer, thanks to a global malware infection.

Anonymous reshuffles its collective deck

Anonymous suffered a severe blow this year when its top ranks were infiltrated by law enforcement officials.

WikiLeaks looks to bypass US funding ban

American supporters of WikiLeaks are planning to establish a foundation that could break a long-standing "banking blockade" effectively banning donations to the the whistle-blowing organization.

'Child porn' scareware hits Canada

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre has issued a warning about scammers who claim that a user's PC is associated with child porn, and demand money to fix the problem.

Anonymous rolls out PasteBin alternative

Anonymous and the People's Liberation Front (PLF) have rolled out a "safe and secure" PasteBin alternative.

FBI arrests Anonymous suspect over Utah attacks

The FBI has arrested an Ohio resident suspected of participating in two recent Anonymous attacks against law enforcement websites in Utah.

How to stop cyber spying and protest CISPA

Civil liberties organizations have kicked off a week of Internet-wide protests against the proposed Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA).

Internet freedom under threat, says Google co-founder

Google co-founder Sergey Brin said he believes the principles of openness and universal access associated with the early days of the Internet are under "greater threat" than ever before.   

WikiLeaks trailer goes live

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has finished shooting 12 episodes of "The World Tomorrow," a TV talk show slated to debut this week on Russia's RT news network.

US and China conduct cyber war games

The US and China have quietly conducted a series of "war games" to help prevent an abrupt military escalation between Washington and Beijing that could be sparked by hostile actions in cyberspace. 

Boys arrested over terrorist hotline 'hack'

Two teenage boys have been arrested in the UK over the hacking of Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist hotline.

Anonymous targets cyber-security legislation

Anonymous has claimed responsibility for downing the websites of USTelecom and Tech America as part of a wider campaign to protest the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011.

Pentagon wants to hack into video game consoles

The Pentagon is apparently interested in learning how to hack into video game consoles.

WikiLeaks founder accuses media of libel

Julian Assange, the founder of the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks website, recently told a UK-based inquiry that he is the victim of "extensive press libels."