US considers rebranding its anti-ISIS propaganda
Silicon Valley thinks America's anti-ISIS propaganda isn't working.
Facebook's new alert system warned the US about Iranian hackers
If it weren't for Facebook code that warns about state-sponsored hacks, the US State Department might not have caught an Iranian attack when it did.
China and the US create a 'space hotline' to avoid conflicts
The US and China can reach each other directly to make sure a space emergency doesn't lead to a fight.
Hillary Clinton calls for cooperation on encryption
"We need our best minds in the private sector to work with our best minds in the public sector to develop solutions that will both keep us safe and protect our privacy," Clinton said.
Northrop Grumman lands USAF deal for new long-range strike bomber
Northrop wins big with $60 billion contract for the United States' next top bomber.
China accused of hacking US firms even after cyber-peace treaty
A US security research firm says that, despite signing a treaty to stop, China is still hacking American businesses for trade secrets.
China arrests hacking suspects on behalf of the US
The hackers were taken into custody a week before Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the country to suss out cyberwarfare and corporate espionage rules with President Obama
The Trans-Pacific Partnership could spell the end of filesharing sites
If content is deemed infringing in one member nation, it is considered infringing in all member nations. Seems fair.
The US government won't force backdoor access, but still wants it
The government won't push for a law to force companies to make your messages insecure... it'll just harass them behind the scenes to do it.