The UK National Crime Agency (NCA) has said that a cyber-criminal has taken control of computer webcams to spy on people having sex.
Patreon, a crowdfunding platform that helps artists and musicians fund creative projects, was hacked last week in an attack that has exposed the personal information of 2,330,382 anonymous donors.
By upholding three claims against Coca-Cola, a U.S. District Court in Pennsylvania lets a class action lawsuit stemming from a 2014 breach move forward.
The Trump Hotel Collection confirmed that malware had gained unauthorized access to customer payment card data at seven properties.
As debate over the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) is set to reach the Senate floor perhaps as early as next week, some technology and privacy groups have amped up their positions.
Edward Snowden created a Twitter profile on Tuesday, which will likely allow him to further craft his public persona in advance of a possible U.S. trial.
A man has been accused of planting spyware on his wife's cell phone two weeks prior to filing for divorce.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) appointed criminal defense attorney Preston Burton as the first of five outside advisers to the secret court, according to a Sept. 24 filing.
Truckloads of HP servers were delivered to federal officials for a warrantless surveillance program codenamed "Stellar Wind."
Microsoft released a statement on Tuesday that addressed the feedback and privacy concerns of Windows 10 data collection.
Several individuals posed as health care professionals and used member information to submit false claims to Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ.
F-Secure has released a new ad blocker app for Apple's iOS 9 that it said will give consumers more control over the ads pushed to their devices saving them time by limiting bandwidth dedicated to unwanted ads.
Facebook is now end-to-end encrypting its Internet.org website and issuing dual certificates for its Free Basics mobile browser.
Yahoo created its transparency report for the first half of 2015, which indicated an increase in the number of requests made by the U.S. government for user data.
Case defendants cannot be required to turn over their phone passwords to the authorities, a court ruled earlier this week.
An anonymous source released the alleged phone number and home address of the Turing CEO who jacked up the price of life-saving AIDS and cancer drug.
On the heels of reports that the White House was swaying toward supporting encryption and strongly disavowing legislation that would force companies to unlock customer smartphones and apps when presented with a court order, a working group in the Obama administration had mulled ways that encrypted communications could be unlocked.
A Russian firm tasked to gain information on Tor users is paying more than the value of the contract to back out of the agreement.
Facebook announced that it will now support OpenPGP's standard elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) public keys
Documents obtained under a FOIA request revealed a Florida deputy was eager to purchase Hacking Team surveillance equipment.
A former Morgan Stanley financial adviser who was fired for stealing the data of approximately 730,000 clients pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in a Tuesday letter called for widespread encryption to secure Congressional and staff communications against foreign eavesdroppers.
Google's appeal on the 'right to be forgotten' for all of their websites has been rejected by France.
Comcast settles charges of unauthorized disclosure of details on 75,000 who paid for unlisted VoIP telephone service.
The Online Trust Allance's (OTA) has found 17 of the 24 presidential candidate websites are not making the grade when it comes to respecting Americans' privacy with some willing to sell their supporters PII to third parties.
California State Sen. Joel Anderson was recognized by an eCommerce firm for his efforts to protect citizens' digital privacy rights after death.
Open-source certificate authority (CA) Let's Encrypt announced the release of its first certificate on Monday.
Twitter is facing a $5 million class action lawsuit claiming its Direct Message link shortener algorithms violate federal and state privacy laws.