Hacker faces 20 years in prison for helping ISIS
Ardit Ferizi is the first hacker prosecuted in the US for an act of terrorism.
Many recovered Clinton emails won't go public before election
You're not going to get full transparency in time for voting day.
YouTube star charged over 'FIFA' game betting
He and another video producer allegedly broke UK law by promoting video game bets.
Major cyberattack seller knocked offline as it faces arrests
Two teens may have made over $600,000 offering to knock websites offline.
Anti-encryption bill changes would limit some effects on security
The proposed alterations would limit the legislation's reach, but wouldn't eliminate its core flaws.
Playboy's legal victory could change your freedom to link
Publishing hyperlinks to leaked content constitutes profit, somehow.
Airbnb claims Santa Monica ban violates the Constitution
It's suing the city over its strict limits on home rentals.
Court tosses federal lawsuit over AT&T's data throttling
The carrier successfully argued that its status spared it from revealing limits on its 'unlimited' data.
Kim Dotcom hopes to livestream his extradition appeal
You, too, could watch the Megaupload founder's bid to stay in New Zealand.