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In its latest report, the U.S. privacy and civil liberties group warn that some companies should not be trusted with your data — but some should, and actively fight on the user's behalf.
The Associated Press wasn't enough for the Syrian Electronic Army, which has now taken control of another publication's Twitter accounts.
Remember Spamhaus? The attack was apparently conducted not from a bedroom, but an antenna-equipped mobile van.
After six malicious takeovers of his Skype account, a frustrated security researcher has posted his attempts to get Skype's help. Here's how to protect yourself.
UPDATED: LivingSocial is the latest major online property to be hacked. Here are more details about what to do next from company leaders.
The chairman of a key Senate committee cited "insufficient" privacy protections in the cybersecurity bill, recently passed by the House. A new report says the Senate is drafting separate bills.
The privacy law governing how U.S. law enforcement can access email data after a certain time has been passed unanimously across both sides of the Senate.
Perhaps there's something in China's allegations that the United States is just as bad.
We may all wail and gnash our teeth, but without the backing of tech firms, we've lost the case.