A database of 2.4 million personal details has been leaked. Experts are calling it "frightening".
An Australian police department is "making inquiries" to find out how 150 email addresses were made public.
Leaked emails and an allegedly fraudulent letter mention Jan Marsalek in a bizarre attempt to purchase hacking tools.
Despite recent developments spooking observers and tech giants like Facebook and Google, local leader Carrie Lam claimed the law is "not doom and gloom for Hong Kong."
According to a new security feature in iOS 14, TikTok reads users’ clipboard information about once every second.
"Rekognition" has been shown time and time again to be ineffective and biased. Rather than shelving it altogether, Amazon is putting a one-year moratorium on police use of it.
Facebook paid a cybersecurity firm six figures to develop a zero-day in Tails to identify a man who extorted and threatened girls.
Yet another reminder that your ‘incognito’ browsing is not as private as you believe.
How to keep your digital devices and accounts safe when exercising your right to peaceably assemble.
After a prolonged fight in Congress, Nancy Pelosi could reattach a privacy-preserving amendment that failed by one vote in the Senate.
“We must not lurch toward the dystopian world of Aldous Huxley’s 'Brave New World' or George Orwell’s '1984'," said a California senator.
The leak of information can further lead to more valuable data being stolen.