A reporter for 9to5Mac paid a source in exchange for data extracted from a stolen iPhone prototype.
According to the company, posts featuring unverified pictures of upcoming iPhone models could prompt accessory makers to produce cases with wrong sizes.
Apple sent a cease and desist letter to the person behind a Twitter account that advertised stolen iPhone prototypes.
A company that sells GPS ankle bracelets and helps Chicago law enforcement run a program to monitor people under house arrest leaked “an enormous amount of private information.”
It also demanded the phone data of House members’ aides and families, a bombshell report says.
A group of hackers claims to have breached three Chinese companies that specialize in social media surveillance.
A woman who helps maintain a well-known archival website received a visit from HSI agents asking questions about BlueLeaks.
The seizure is the latest escalation in the battle against BlueLeaks.
A collective that hosts leaked data in the public interests published BlueLeaks, a collection of hundreds of thousands of internal documents from police departments across the country.
The guide was leaked by an anonymous source, who the AP said was “not authorized to share the document with the press.”
Major story moments and gameplay for the ‘The Last of Us Part II’ have hit the internet.