During a congressional hearing, a woman who was allegedly targeted by a government using NSO Group’s spyware, said she was “terrified” and “frightened.”
The sanction could prevent NSO Group from purchasing products and services from U.S. companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Dell.
The government apparently paid ‘Bachelor’ stars to be influencers, which, sure.
“The United States has so much money to spare that it gives it to foreigners like me who lived there about 40 years ago,” a man in Japan said.
The agency is offering up to $1 million dollars for developers who can create technologies to track Monero and Bitcoin Lightning Network transactions.
The US Treasury sanctioned five companies accusing them of helping the Russian government hack. But the founder of one of those companies vehemently denied the accusations.
Jamali Maddix sits down with a few self-declared "sovereign citizens" on the season finale of 'HATE THY NEIGHBOR.'
Private firms continue to fill in the gaps for digital investigators.
It’s the latest disturbing example of the Trump administration’s hostility toward the press.