FTC vs D-Link: All bark, no bite
The government is trying to send a message, but it’s too weak to deliver.
Researchers warn peace sign photos could expose fingerprints
But the likelihood of anyone actually using images to recreate prints is pretty slim.
'Guccifer 2.0' DNC leaker returns, as 'Shadow Brokers' exit
Accused of being a front for Russian spies, the hacker went quiet just before the election.
Google wants to make encryption easier for everyone
The Key Transparency project hopes to eliminate some of PGP's headaches.
Obama expands the NSA's ability to share data with other agencies
The NSA can more easily disseminate "raw signals intelligence information" among the CIA, FBI and others.
Telegram updates desktop app with new look
But questions about its security protocols aren't going away.
FBI allegedly paid Geek Squad for evidence
Defense attorneys claim the bureau cultivated multiple technicians into informants.
Europe proposes stricter privacy rules for messaging apps
WhatsApp, Facebook and Gmail would be subject to the same privacy rules as service providers.
FDA warns that certain pacemakers are vulnerable to hacking
Transmitters made by St. Jude Medical could be modified to send nefarious code to cardiac devices.