'FIFA' hackers guilty of 'mining' $16 million from EA
The leader of a group of 'FIFA' hackers has been convicted in a scheme to fraudulently obtain in-game currency.
ICYMI: Orbital space junk is putting us in jeopardy
The US Air Force can track 10,000 pieces of space debris at a time.
Reuters: Yahoo email scanning done with a Linux kernel module
Politicians and privacy groups want to see the court order authorizing this bulk surveillance.
Email hacker Guccifer gets 52 months in plea bargain
He broke into more than 100 secure systems and revealed Clinton's private email server.
Justice Department sued for old computers slowing FOIA requests
The DOJ is using “decades old” machines to do the heavy lifting.
US government releases proposed guidelines for smart guns
Smart weapons will need a 'security device' to prevent unauthorized use.
US wiretap operations encountering encryption fell in 2015
There are fewer suspects using encryption than you might think.
Lawsuit asks Justice Department to reveal decryption orders
The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants to know if tech companies have been ordered to unlock user data.
Apple responds to government request in NY drug case
It says that law enforcement has not exhausted all alternative options.