Joseph Simons, who currently co-chairs the antitrust practice of the Paul Weiss law firm, was director of the competition bureau at the FTC under George W. Bush.
Online platforms would have to adhere to the same political ad disclosure requirements as broadcast entities.
In the ongoing the Microsoft vs. United States case, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals had previously ruled that U.S. warrants don't have authority overseas.
The coalition says the bill, meant to replace Section 702 of FISA, doesn't adequately protect Americans against government surveillance.
Hackers likely made their way into the personal mobile phone belonging to Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly last December.
The first phase covers preparing for the regulation, set to take effect May 25, 2018, starting with discovering personal data then determining compliance status and finally defining the parameters of a compliance program.
One of the users targeted is Emilio Talarico who ran the disruptj20 page that organized protests on Inauguration Day.
Zuckerberg's announcement came on the heels of Twitter saying it would appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee Wednesday.
Equifax continues to catch flak over its failure to quickly and completely patch the Apache Struts vulnerability that led to not one but two breaches and now for redirecting consumers affected by the latest breach to a bogus site.
The government wanted a way to tap into encrypted messages but WhatsApp said declined, according to a report by Sky News.
Paul Manafort called for a full investigation into a leak that revealed he was the subject of a FISA Court order.
Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo had already issued guidance to help licensed financial institutions act to protect consumers affected by the Equifax breach.
The two were discussing Jared Kushner, the controversial meeting at Trump Tower between Donald Trump, Jr. and a Russian lawyer, and White House counsel Donald F. McGahn.
Every morning like clockwork, Motel 6 employees at two Phoenix locations would audit guest records and send the information to immigration officials.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook shared copies of ads with Mueller's investigation as well as the criteria the accounts used to target the those ads.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told Federal Identity Forum & Exposition attendees that solving identity is key to banking and financial.
The prince met in December with former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon, who recently resigned as the president's adviser and other Trump officials
The post, which was up only briefly, raised speculation that the senator had been hacked.
The move likely won't boot the hackers offline as the companies hope since the Doxagram already has taken up residence on the dark web.
The VisualDiscovery software created "serious security vulnerabilities" for those laptop users because it served as a man in the middle between and even encrypted websites.
The actress, daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffin, is considering joining the ranks of other celebrities who are suing the website that posted the pictures, reports said.
DreamHost called the government's actions a "huge win" for privacy but says there are still First and Fourth Amendment arguments to be made.
The first half of 2017 has not exactly been a ride in the park for cybersecurity professionals.
A court in the District of Columbia authorized a search warrant for information on those who partipated in or organized a January 20 protest that erupted in violent confrontation and resulted in more than 200 arrests.
GoDaddy gave the Daily Stormer 24 hours to find another host after the neo-Nazi site violated its rules, but Anonymous moved more swiftly. By afternoon Google had also yanked the site's registration.
Disney is being hit with a class action lawsuit for allegedly violating the COPPA laws by capturing children's data and selling it to third parties.