Soon after the FBI made arrests a couple of weeks ago, the groups released a defiant statement vowing to carry on their attacks and daring law enforcement to catch them.
So-called hacktivist groups vow to continue with their hacking campaigns and dare law enforcement to try to stop them.
One of Sony's insurers has asked a New York court to absolve it of any responsibility for defending or indemnifying Sony against claims arising from the recent data breaches at the company.
The FBI said this afternoon that it had arrested a total of fourteen individuals thought to belong to the Anonymous hacking group.
The FBI today raided several homes in New York and California as part of an ongoing investigation into recent DDoS attacks.
You're eligible to join Anonymous in its plans to launch what it says will be a new social networking site: Anon+.
A proposal to force employers to use the federal E-Verify system to vet new and current workers has stoked widespread privacy concerns.
A newly patented Microsoft technology called Legal Intercept would allow the company to secretly intercept, monitor and record Skype calls.
In a move with far-reaching privacy implications, the U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear a case involving the government's authority to conduct prolonged GPS tracking of suspects in criminal cases without first obtaining a court warrant.
Three PlayStation Network users charge that Sony 'cut corners' in its efforts to protect personal data of its users.
Respondents said their companies' computers were breached at least once by hackers over the past 12 months.
A Maine judge's ruling in a case involving a business that sued its bank after losing $345,000 in a cyber heist could set a precedent about how diligent companies must be in protecting their assets online.
A hacker group called the Pakistan Cyber Army Friday claimed it has accessed an Acer server in Europe and stole personal data of some 40,000 people.
Hackers claim access to the unencrypted personal info of more than 1 million people.
Physical attacks can be a legitimate response to some cyberattacks, the DOD says.