A San Francisco man was named by HBGary's Aaron Barr as the ringleader of Anonymous. Not so, says Ben de Vries.
Dev vs. ops, staff vs. management. Here's how to rise above the friendly fire and turn IT unrest into productivity
The spunky dating site OkCupid has just hooked up with the Web's largest and oldest online matchmaker. Will users' personal data survive the marriage?
If Mark Zuckerberg can have his own personal stalker, why can't you? It's easy -- just ignore your Facebook privacy settings.
Voyurl service lets you follow friends (and strangers) across the Web -- and vice versa.
Analysis: Right now, it's not you -- But you might be able to take control of your creations with the help of new tools.
Follow these 7 tips to protect your IT assets -- and essential company data -- from a service provider breakup gone bad.
Analysis: The latest Facebook scam reminds us that it's often too easy to hack passwords, so be diligent or be exposed.
Analysis: The world's second largest social network is for sale. Wanna buy it?
Google's Wi-Fi spying, Apple's iPad e-mail leak, Facebook's Wi-Fi jacking--just how serious are these privacy threats?
Is paying for placement on social media sites evil? Absolutely. Just ask the people who live there.
The cyberwar unleashed by WikiLeaks is spreading far and wide. Will Facebook join Amazon, Paypal, and Visa among its victims?
Facebook is fun -- until somebody gets fired, divorced, infected with malware, or worse. Don't let these things happen to you.
You think your First Amendment rights extend to what you say on Facebook or Twitter? Think again.