Facebook said auditor Stroz Friedberg was on-site at the Cambridge Analytica offices in London for an audit but was asked to stand down by the U.K. Information Commissioner's office, which is conducting its own probe.
Alex Stamos reportedly differed with management on transparency regarding Russian operatives leveraging the its platform to disrupt U.S. democratic processes influence the presidential election.
Probes launched after Facebook boots professor, Cambridge Analytica for harvesting info on 50M Americans without permission
An app developed by Cambridge University professor Aleksandr Kogan called thisisyourdigitallife harvested data for the firm.
The act would essentially provide a "backdoor" for law enforcement at home and abroad to access emails, chat logs, videos and photos, without regard to privacy rules.
Documents released the Electronic Frontier Foundation under a FOIA request "show that Best Buy officials have enjoyed a particularly close relationship" with the FBI for a decade.
Pennsylvania's attorney general is suing Uber for delaying disclosure for more than a year of a breach that exposed the personal information, such as driver's licenses, of 57 million customers and drivers.
Mueller's team is particularly interested in Trump's call in July 2016 for Russia to find the 30,000 emails missing from opponent Hillary Clinton's private email server.
The president and some GOP lawmakers have contended that investigators abused their surveillance authority when petitioning the FISA court for a surveillance warrant on former Trump adviser Carter Page.
The memo, a rebuttal to a Republican missive released two weeks before, stressed that the agency did not mislead the FISA court when seeking a surveillance warrant on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
The state revenue department now admits private data, including the names, tax identification numbers and the banking information of the payroll processors of more than 39,000 business taxpayers were compromised.
The U.S. government was very interested in getting back the cyberweapons nicked from the NSA and posted online but eventually nixed the deal because they feared being sucked into a Russian effort to cause chaos in the U.S.
White House lawyer Don McGahn said the memo contains classified information.
Former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson urged states to take action to thwart election hackers.
The Vermont Fair Repair Act would require equipment makers to share their source code with independent repair technicians.
The surveillance of Page by FBI investigators looking into Russia's interference in the U.S. presidential election and possible collusion by members of the Trump campaign team has become a flashpoint in recent weeks.
After first refusing last week to release the 10-page memo authored by Ranking Member Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the Committee relented and the document's fate now lies with President Trump.
White House Budget Director and acting CFPB head Mick Mulvaney won't be pursuing an extensive investigation into Equifax's security practices after hackers stole data on 145.5 million American consumers.
Rep. Devin Nunes, who reportedly did not review the underlying classified information, said the memo exposes serious violations of trust regarding the FBI's surveillance of former Trump adviser Carter Page.
The Committee Democrats don't have plans to read the memo, which the committee voted Monday to block, on the House floor to get its contents into the record, but could release a non-classified version down the line.
The committee also voted Monday to block the release of a 10-page memo from committee Democrats that lays out intelligence refuting contentions in the Nunes document.
The data collected by Strava - more than 3 trillion coordinates from more than 27 million users of fitness trackers - was anonymized, but still revealed sensitive locations and activities like the routes walked along the Mexican border by U.S. border patrols.
Virtually every organization will be affected by GDPR and the EC said it wants them all to be prepared.
McAfee, Symantec, Micro Focus and SAP all have submitted to the practice, sparking concern at the Pentagon and among lawmakers.
The company urged customers to change their passwords and their security questions, but assured them that Bell Canada had implemented "additional security authentication and identification requirements" on their accounts.
Florida makes info on 1K Kansas voters public, lawmakers ask DHS to clarify role regarding election integrity commission
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach called the exposed information unfortunate but defended the Crosscheck program.
Democrats have called Nunes's memo nothing more than GOP talking points meant to divert attention away from the merits of Russian investigations being conducted by congressional committees and special counsel Robert Mueller.
The FBI said "misconfiguration issues related to rollouts, provisioning and software upgrades that conflicted with the FBI collection capabilities" prevented the retention of texts between mid-December 2016 and mid-May 2017.
Omarosa Manigault-Newman, who appeared on the first season of President Trump's show The Apprentice, was known for recording meetings in the White House.
Van Susteren and Bolling are among the 45 Twitter accounts followed by President Trump.