Facebook tells US, UK and Australia it won't weaken chat encryption
It's setting up a potential legal battle over messaging app privacy.
Former Apple exec claims the company spied on his text messages
Apple alleges he breached his contract by making plans for a competing company while employed at Apple.
Google Fi will warn you about spam calls
A defense against annoying robocalls.
752,000 US birth certificate applications were exposed online
TechCrunch discovered a data cache that isn’t protected by a password.
Hackers targeted BMW, Hyundai in hunt for trade secrets
Vietnam may have backed the campaign.
Reddit bans 61 accounts linked to 'suspected campaign from Russia'
It uncovered 'a pattern of coordination.'
Homeland Security doesn’t want Americans' airport face scans after all
US citizens can opt-out of biometric scans when they enter or exit the country.
DOJ charges two Russians with using malware to steal millions
Officials are offering a $5 million reward for info leading to an arrest.
The laws protecting our data are too weak
Should Google be able to pull tens of millions of patients' data without consent?