Legal experts are stepping in to help hacker Andrew Auernheimer appeal his 41 month prison sentence for illegally accessing emails and other data belonging to about 120,000 iPad subscribers of AT&T's networks.
U.S companies and government agencies can learn from the large-scale disruptions that have hit several banks and media outlets in South Korea in the last 24 hours, security analysts said.
Jammie Thomas-Rasset, a Minnesota woman who has been fighting for years to reverse a $222,000 judgment for music piracy, finally ran out of legal appeals Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear her petition for a review of the case.
A federal judge Monday sentenced a hacker to 41 months in prison for illegally accessing email addresses and other data belonging to more than 120,000 iPad subscribers from AT&T's networks.
An Illinois state senator who introduced a bill that would have required anonymous online posters to reveal their true identities plans to withdraw the bill after taking intense criticism from those who opposed to it.
A secret review of American policies governing the use of cyberweapons has concluded that President Barack Obama has the broad power to order pre-emptive strikes on any country preparing to launch a major digital attack against the U.S.
President Barack Obama is expected to issue a cybersecurity executive order in the days after his Feb. 12 State of the Union address.
Google's Transparency Reports, released every six months, are interesting not just for what they reveal about government requests for Internet user data, but also for what they do not reveal.
Federal anti-hacking law is applied too broadly in alleged data theft cases, critics say
A last-minute move by the U.S. Senate to renew a controversial wiretapping law, days before it was set to expire on Dec. 31, has dismayed privacy advocates, rights groups and lawmakers who have long opposed the measure.
Under new laws, employers in Illinois and California cannot ask for usernames and passwords to the personal social media accounts of employees and job seekers.
McAfee is being held on charges that he entered the country illegally in an attempt to escape authorities in Belize
Lawyers for Jammie Thomas-Rasset argue that the $222,000 damage award is unconstitutional
The U.S. Patent Office has delivered a 'non-final' rejection of a Verizon patent application for a controversial technology that would serve targeted ads to TV viewers based on what they're doing or saying in front of their sets.
McAfee is wanted for questioning by police in Belize in connection with a murder in that country several weeks ago