Email scheme stole $100 million from two US tech companies
Even the most internet-savvy companies aren't immune to scams.
FBI apprehends troll for seizure-inducing Twitter attack
'It sends a message that there is no free shot against journalists.'
FBI Director Comey: 'no such thing as absolute privacy'
According to him, encryption breaks the power of a court subpoena.
Russian hackers are extorting American left-wing groups (updated)
They have to pay up to avoid DNC-style email leaks.
FBI has three probes looking into Russia's election hacking
Each investigation focuses on a different aspect of Russia's influence campaign.
Photographer captures nature through surveillance webcams
The photos prove privacy can be hard to find even deep in the woods.
FBI's FOIA website will make it easier to submit requests in March
The feds won't accept emailed FOIPA requests anymore.
By March, the FBI won't let you email in FOIA requests
You can only send them by fax, snail mail or an internet submission portal.
Google ordered to turn over foreign emails
It challenges a ruling that let Microsoft off the hook just days earlier.