WikiLeaks: CIA has all sorts of tools for hacking your 2008-era Mac (updated)
One uses a modified Ethernet adapter to install surveillance software.
NYPD filmed hundreds of BLM and Occupy protests without approval
It was technically legal, but it violated department transparency rules.
London police allegedly used hackers to target activists
Scotland Yard may have illegally gained access to email accounts.
WikiLeaks won't share CIA exploits unless companies meet terms
It claims that Google and others are dragging their heels.
Russian spies indicted in massive Yahoo account breach
It's the first time the US has hit Russian feds with cybercrime charges.
Facebook bars use of its social data for surveillance tools
It's joining Twitter in objecting to mass monitoring by law enforcement.
Russia used a cybercriminal's botnet for a spying campaign
The lines have blurred between private and state-sponsored hacks.
'Many' Android exploits in WikiLeaks CIA files are already fixed
Google is joining Apple in trying to allay spying fears.
WikiLeaks claims to have the CIA's hacking toolkit (updated)
It hints at possible CIA overreach, but the timing is questionable.