Fitbit devices are prone to vulnerabilities which could enable an attacker to access personal information and even create false activity records.
A catastrophic worldwide cyberattack and the emergence of an IoT-enabled surveillance state were among the chief security and privacy fears expressed by experts polled for a new report about the internet and its future impact.
Every morning like clockwork, Motel 6 employees at two Phoenix locations would audit guest records and send the information to immigration officials.
Google has silently stopped challenging most warrants from U.S. judges in cases involving data requests stored in overseas servers.
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 suit was filed on behalf of 10 U.S. citizens and a lawful permanent resident, most of them Muslim or people of color, whose devices were searched as they reentered the country after business or personal trips.
The U.S. Attorney General and the Director of National Intelligence penned a letter to the Congressional majority and minority leadership urging them to permanently reauthorize Title VII of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which is set to expire at the end of this year.
Apple is swapping fingerprint verification for face recognition software in the newly revealed iPhone X, a move the company says is more secure.
The post, which was up only briefly, raised speculation that the senator had been hacked.
Apple appears to have not buried the hatchet with law enforcement and is doubling down on its privacy beliefs with the latest iOS 11.
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 global privacy advocacy group Privacy International has found that 21 European Union members continue to retain personal data despite going against both their own and EU legal mandates.
The conclusion is the culmination of a two-week investigation launched after the New York Yankees lodged a complaint with the MLB commissioner and provide video that showed suspicious activity in the Boston dugout.
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.
Hackers, who exposed photos of Selena Gomez and other celebrities after exploiting a bug that Instagram has since said it fixed, initially aimed their scraper at accounts with one million or more followers but them expanded their efforts.
Uber Technologies will no longer track its app users' physical locations once a ride ends, Reuters has reported.
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.
Thursday's ruling, which reduced the time period specified by the search warrant, had D.C. Superior Court Judge Robert E. Morin toeing a thin line between free speech and investigators' needs in probing Inaugural Day protests.
Glenn Simpson talked to Senate Judiciary Committee staffers behind closed doors for 10 hours Tuesday about the dossier his firm drafted from research gathered from former MI6 agent Christopher Steele.
DreamHost called the government's actions a "huge win" for privacy but says there are still First and Fourth Amendment arguments to be made.
A website known for publishing images stolen from celebrity's hacked accounts has struck again, this time reportedly posting intimate photos of Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn, Miley Cyrus, Kristen Stewart, Katharine McPhee and Stella Maxwell.
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.
A pair of federal judges have separately issued rulings or statements in the last two weeks that struck a blow against Google in its attempt to block the U.S. Department of Justice from accessing customer data stored overseas.
Users of online dating apps could end up the target of spear phishing and social engineering scams, especially when these services make one's personal information accessible to virtually anyone, Trend Micro researchers have warned.
More than 800 Wall Street workers using an anonymous Bloomberg business terminal chat room were doxxed when an email containing their names and email addresses was sent to the chat room participants.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) received permission from the Justice Department exempting the agency from having to disclose the biometric information it stores.