CISPA now goes to the Senate: it facilitates unfettered, closed-door sharing of private data with government agencies. April 22 has been declared a day of CISPA protest; here's what to do.
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One of America's most respected security researchers discloses that the U.S. Government's data security practices are shockingly negligent. This is what CISPA supporters don't want us to know.
A member of the LulzSec group has been given a year behind bars after pleading guilty to breaching Sony's servers.
The controversial cybersecurity Bill has passed the U.S. House and is now on its way to the Senate chamber. Privacy groups believe this tramples on the Fourth Amendment.
An amendment to CISPA failed to pass. This now means major tech and Web companies will be disallowed under law to promise to protect your privacy.
The Obama administration has issued another stark warning to the US House currently preparing to vote on a regurgitated cybersecurity Bill. If it passes the president's desk, he's not going to sign it.
The software technology giant will release today fixes for "hundreds" of its products, including Java, that led to high profile corporate hacking earlier this year.
Symantec's latest Internet Security Threat report suggests that SMBs remain an attractive target for those trying to steal intellectual property.
An industry group representing ISPs in Europe warns that technical measures such as website blocking are "possibly repressive" and would not effectively combat piracy.