Hacker posts over 4,000 sensitive documents from Mexican embassy
A hacker dumped the files when his attempts to contact officials were ignored.
'MalwareTech' security researcher pleads guilty
Marcus Hutchins was a hero for stopping WannaCry, but created Kronos years earlier.
Sidewalk Labs' street signs alert people to data collection in use
The icons let people know what data and information is being collected around them.
A public database exposed medical records of 150,000 rehab patients
It included five million rows of data from an addiction recovery center in Pennsylvania.
FTC's Facebook investigation could focus on Zuckerberg
Regulars might seek greater oversight of his leadership.
Ransomware interrupted a 'The Weather Channel' morning show
A ransomware attack reportedly prevented the network from broadcasting live.
Facebook stored millions of Instagram passwords in plain text
Just like the 600 million Facebook passwords the company mentioned last month.
Russia worked hard to recruit social media users to campaign for Trump
The IRA got someone to dress up as Santa with a mask of the president's face.
EU law could fine sites for not removing terrorist content within an hour
Critics say it’s a watered-down version of the EU’s original proposal.