Facebook suspends tens of thousands of data-scraping apps
It's investigating apps with access to large amounts of user data.
Congress plans to investigate how social media giants are fighting hate
House lawmakers are planning legislation to probe tech giants.
Millions of Americans' medical records are out in the open on the internet
Some servers with medical data in the US aren’t even protected by a password.
The US is suing Edward Snowden over his memoir
The government says he broke non-disclosure agreements with the CIA and NSA.
Nearly everyone in Ecuador is the victim of a data breach
Including the country’s president and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
1Password's corporate tool can enforce two-factor use company-wide
The 1Password Advanced Protection suite can help protect companies' networks.
Russia reportedly breached encrypted FBI comms in 2010
The Obama administration seized two US compounds in response.
US Senators ask the FCC to review licenses with China-owned telecoms
Senators Schumer and Cotton fear the networks could pose a national security risk.
Alleged JPMorgan hacker set to plead guilty
Andrei Tyurin has reportedly been negotiating a plea deal with US authorities.