Since 2007, Poopsenders.com has let people send packages filled with disturbingly realistic feces. Now, 'United States of America v. Poopsenders.com' has named two men who may be responsible.
Twitter wants to prevent people from sharing pictures and videos “of private individuals without [their] permission.” And free speech experts are concerned.
A scammer said they managed to lock down the head of Instagram's account using a fake obituary.
Now that we know so acutely how these apps can hurt people, I'd hope we'd all know better than to bring it back.
Blizzard’s chief information officer made the joke during an all-hands meeting after the departure of the company’s chief technology officer.
Company employees at a hacking conference made several inappropriate comments to a security researcher who was inquiring about Blizzard’s job openings.
The EDM DJ has requested a jury trial after multiple women claimed to have had sexual relationships with him as minors.
After a woman got harassed for posting a bikini selfie, several members of the cybersecurity community posted their own selfies to show solidarity.