Updated: First American has agreed to a penalty of close to half a million dollars.
The Columbia Law Professor has long criticized Amazon’s vast control of commerce online.
The Government Accountability Office said it disagrees with the IRS stance that they do not have the authority to improve data security.
The legislation could have significant impacts on the industry, even giving the Justice Department the green light to break up big companies.
Vikas Singla is facing decades in prison for allegedly stealing patient information and disrupting services at a hospital near Atlanta in 2018.
The Productivity Commission has released in a draft report seven ways that consumers' right to repair could be made easier.
The task force includes AI experts from the public sector, private sector and academia, including DefinedCrowd CEO Daniela Braga, Google Cloud's Andrew Moore and Stanford's Fei-Fei Li.
The FTC and MoviePass settled a complaint that accused the company of blocking subscribers from using the service as advertised.
A new Biden directive has set aside mandates that had sought to ban AliPay, TikTok, and WeChat, as well as other Chinese apps.
Government agencies carrying the personal information of millions continue to see waves of cyberattacks.
Over a three-year period, law enforcement agencies around the world jointly decrypted messages of criminals to foil various activities, such as plans to ship tonnes of cocaine.
The AFP, alongside law enforcement agencies across the globe, used decrypted messages to catch cybercriminals as part of a global sting operation.
The Justice Department and FBI worked with Microsoft and other companies to help slow down one of the most popular ransomware tools.
Of the $4.4 million the company paid, $2.3 million was returned.
G7 finance ministers are taking aim at some of the world's "most profitable multinational enterprises" by agreeing to set a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15%.
For the past few years, the FBI has been keeping a separate list of the US' most wanted cybercriminals. Time to take a look at who's still on it -- in no particular order.
Dozens of breaches, over a billion affected.
Dozens of data breaches, millions of people affected.
The FAA has banned drones from key landmarks -- and enthusiasts must take note or face the consequences.
Whether it's lab-grown burgers or genetic drives, US regulators have a challenge on their hands.
Sure, you can take down a drone wirelessly or even with a trained falcon. But wouldn't you rather use a massive Nerf gun that can shoot down the target by trapping it in a net?
Over two billion records were stolen in 2016 alone -- and the year isn't over yet.
Opinion: The FBI's attempt to order Apple to help them crack an iPhone has brought out the hysterical in many of us.
Here's a look at some of the devices, platforms and technology US President Barack Obama uses to carry out his day-to-day presidential duties.
We pick the high-tech handset each of the presidential candidates should own. We're making galleries great again. It's going to be GREAT. YUGE even.
The closer we get to an election, the more heated the debates are on immigration, specifically surrounding H-1B 'skilled worker' visas, of which India is a major beneficiary. Here's a look at the positions of the leading presidential candidates from both parties, some of which may surprise you.
America's big information security conference comes into its 18th year with standing room only talks and a big-money expo, but still can't hire hackers fast enough to match industry growth.
With the 2016 Presidential election season right around the corner, 16 Republican hopefuls have launched their campaigns, and their Web sites. In this gallery, ZDNet's David Gewirtz explores the candidates sites (and their chances).
You may think you know how scary government can get, but you ain't seen nothin' yet!
Those who want maximum privacy for their email have a tough time using difficult software. Google is attempting to do better with Gmail, but there's already a decent webmail solution.
Tonya Hall talks to attorney John Richer about what the ruling means for the industry and for consumers.
Greg Nichols tells Karen Roby that the EU takes lead on AI regulation, trying to stay ahead of evolving tech. Read more: https://zd.net/2R7G1Ut
In the dramatic close to over a decade of deliberation, the US Supreme Court decided copying some source code is fair use, if it makes a software interface work properly on a different platform. Did justices leave any ambiguity as to what that means in the long run? Because if they did, posits ZDNet’s Scott Fulton, they may have left open a major vulnerability in the nation’s copyright system – one that developers here and abroad could be eager to exploit. Read more: https://zd.net/3wPExhR
Mayors' experiences are strikingly aligned in spite of deep divisions in the country.
Robotic augmentation is coming to a war zone near you. For now, the first stop bypasses the battlefield.
ZDNet's Stephanie Condon talks to Karen Roby about the SaaS-based system election officials use to track mailed-in ballots. Read more: https://zd.net/2EhAUe2
But Huawei's milestone wouldn't have happened now were it not for the COVID-19 pandemic, says analyst Canalys.
QSnatch malware, first spotted in late 2019, has grown from 7,000 bots to more than 62,000, according to a joint US CISA and UK NCSC security alert.
Following two separate incidents, the FBI is now warning US companies about backdoors in Chinese tax software.
Seattle began overhauling its IT operations in 2016, so when the pandemic hit, the city was ready to ramp up digital services for city staff and residents.
Commerce Department says it is now too risky to send technology to Hong Kong as it may end up in the Chinese Communist Party's hands.
Activist group DDoSecrets published data from 200 US police departments and fusion centers on Friday, June 19.
NSA says Russia's military hackers have been attacking Exim email servers to plant backdoors since August 2019.
Government : US
Government : US