Officials link hacker to theft of 1.2 billion log-in credentials
The hacker known as mr. grey might be in possession of over a billion user name and password combinations.
Carnegie Mellon may have ratted out Tor users to the FBI
Tor thinks the university's actions could tar legitimate security research.
Hackers have infiltrated the US arrest records database
The hackers who broke into the CIA director's AOL email address have hit an even bigger target.
New DHS policy demands warrants before deploying Stingrays
DHS officials will have to have signed warrant before deploying the cell tower impersonation devices.
America's drone strike program needs a low-tech fix
The drone program was supposed to be a "scalpel" that could cleanly excise terrorists with minimal collateral damage. What we got was mosquito hunting with a shotgun.
Feds launch fantasy sports probe due to insider trading scandal
The authorities are reportedly trying to determine whether fantasy sports websites should be legally classified as online gambling.
ISP wins 11-year battle to reveal warrantless FBI spying
For the first time, an internet provider can reveal national security information he was was ordered to hide.
Virginia teen gets 11 years for ISIS support on Twitter
Minor or not, the Feds will drop the hammer on anyone that supports ISIS online.
Feds charge nine hackers for $30M insider trading scheme
Martha Stewart's got nothing on these guys.