Facebook’s own employees worried they were bamboozling children who racked up hundreds, and sometimes even thousands, of dollars in game charges, documents show.
The cybersecurity company used a controversial workaround to avoid disclosing diversity data after a majority of shareholders voted for disclosure.
To be both safe and effective, thinking deeply about one’s own cybersecurity practices is essential.
Espionage concerns loom over a debate among federal agencies about how to argue for the woman’s deportation in an immigration court – and whether to use potentially classified information against her.
The law enforcement community has long been searching for a wedge to try to change the tenor of the public debate over privacy and surveillance since Edward Snowden’s leaks about mass surveillance programs in 2013, and activity in the wake of the Paris attacks is no exception.
American law enforcement officials argue the Paris attacks show need for “backdoors” that enable government surveillance in computing devices and software despite a drop in requests for wiretaps on encrypted communications.
Google outperformed several other tech giants in Silicon Valley on digital freedom of expression and Internet privacy, including competitors Twitter and Facebook, according to a newly released index of corporate responsibility from the research consortium Ranking Digital Rights.
It’s been a breakout year for the so-called “Internet of Things,” in which everyday consumer products can now be connected to the Web, from doorbells and refrigerators to air conditioners and cars – making every aspect of our lives increasingly vulnerable to hackers. Perhaps the most frightening vulnerability to emerge is the cyber threat posed to life-saving medical devices.