Travelers arriving at U.S. borders may soon be confronted with their laptops, PDAs, and other digital devices being searched, copied, and even held by customs.
Albert Gonzalez will plead guilty to charges in a 19-count indictment that includes conspiracy, wire fraud and aggravated identity theft charges.
A federal appeals court has ruled that searches of digital gear and electronic files must be limited to material noted in a warrant.
Gonzalez was one of three individuals indicted Monday in federal district court in New Jersey on charges related to massive data thefts.
The attorney for Albert Gonzalez, the man indicted Monday on charges related to the massive data thefts at Heartland Payment Systems and four other retailers was not the kingpin behind the hack, says his lawyer.
A federal judge has issued an order banning the operator of a now-defunct registered air traveler program from selling any of the highly personal data it...
SQL injection attacks were behind the massive data breaches and enormous data thefts at several retailers, investigations find.
Boston University student Joel Tenenbaum, found guilty last week of illegally downloading and distributing 30 copyrighted songs -- and fined $675,000 by a...
A federal jury has fined Boston University student Joel Tenenbaum $675,000 for music piracy.
At least six staff members at the Los Angeles County Coroner's Department improperly viewed Michael Jackson's death certificate hundreds of times.
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MasterCard has made its second major security change in recent weeks.
The retail chain has reached a $9.75 million settlement with 41 states that helped untangle a major security leak.