Three Sonic the Hedgehog games for Android devices that collectively have been downloaded well over a hundred million times are reportedly leaking users' geolocation and device data to uncertified servers, thereby posing a privacy threat.
The House passed the bill January 11 even after a pair of contradictory tweets from President Trump over his take on the proposed legislation momentarily threw lawmakers into confusion over his position.
President Trump initially contradicted a White House statement supporting FISA with a tweet ripping the act as potentially having been used to spy on his campaign, then clarified his support for the legislation in a second tweet.
Mole on Trump team fed FBI info, Steele worried about political influence on FBI, Fusion GPS head says
Defying her GOP counterparts on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein made public the testimony of the CEO of Fusion GPS, the firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele, author of the controversial Trump dossier.
The Federal Trade commission fined toy firm VTech $650,000 as part of a settlement for violating a U.S. children's privacy laws.
The New York City Police Department has subpoenaed Google requesting the entire online history of a Staten Island teenager, according to a New York Post report.
India's national ID database containing the information of nearly 1.2 billion people was breached with cybercriminals selling access to the information for $8.
A slew of online services used to manage GPS- and GSM-based location tracking devices have been found vulnerable to flaws that could allow attackers to hijack these devices and reveal their owners' past and current locations.
The discovery of the emails on disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner's computer prompted former FBI Director James Comey to renew a probe of Hillary Clinton's email.
Firefox is testing out a warning system that will notify users when they visit sites that have been breached.
A study of 90 cryptocurrency mobile applications available on Google Play found that 90 percent of them contain security vulnerabilities or privacy risks.
The U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has ruled that there is sufficient standing to proceed with a lawsuit that could require the court to publicly reveal the justifications behind the NSA's electronic surveillance program.
The U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday approved the USA Liberty Act, which reauthorizes Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, but with new privacy protections.
Former Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer apologized on Wednesday for the two massive data breaches at Yahoo
American's are worrying more about becoming victims of cybercrime far more than they are worrying about becoming victims of conventional crimes.
The Texas National Guard last year spent more than $373,000 to install two of its DRT 1301C "portable receiver systems" in two RC-26 secretive surveillance aircraft.
WWE diva Paige has once again had her intimate photos leaked just a few weeks after a third man plead guilty for hacking into celebrity accounts.
Facebook is asking users to submit their nudes in a preemptive strike to combat revenge porn.
Google issued a public apology on Thursday after a bug mistakenly caused its defenses against malware, phishing, and spam to block some users' access to Google Docs files.
A Twitter user is warning girls that Apple's machine learning is capable of categorizing images of women in their intimate apparel that are saved to a device.
University of Washington researchers were able to surveil individual users using less than $1,000 worth of targeted advertising.
The investigator interviewed Matt Tait, who has maintained that the late Peter W. Smith solicited his help in locating deleted emails that he thought Russian hackers may have obtained from Hillary Clinton's private email server.
DHS Acting Secretary Elaine Duke, will release a binding order requiring agencies to comply with DMARC plan within 30 days and https within 120 days.
The coalition says the bill, meant to replace Section 702 of FISA, doesn't adequately protect Americans against government surveillance.
Imran Awan wiped his iPhone just hours before the FBI arrested him at Dulles Airport as he waited to board a flight to Pakistan.
NFL players may not mind having their views on social issues known, but they are probably not happy that a publicly accessible database has been found containing private information on about 1,100 players and their agents.
Federal investigators have warned the Atlanta Public School system that all 6,000 of its employees may have had their personal information compromised due to a phishing scam.