A massive botnet secretly infiltrated the Twitterverse in 2013 but has lain mysteriously dormant since then, say researchers.
Even if you don’t live in Britain, the U.K.’s new “Snooper’s Charter” is worth watching. It could inspire other democratic nations to adopt aggressive surveillance policies.
But even if we find out who orchestrated some of the fiercest Internet attacks of late, will it matter?
The nonprofit behind the Firefox browser starts a project to monitor signs that the Internet isn’t free or open enough.
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Reports of a backdoor in the messaging app overlook the fact that building software used by 1 billion people can require compromise.
Blockstack’s system would let you control your own personal data—for example, by revoking a site’s access to it.
The brain is complex—but when techniques developed to analyze how it works were applied to a chip running Donkey Kong, they were found lacking.
Alphabet has scrapped its project. Facebook’s is struggling, too.
Members of Best Buy’s Geek Squad passed incriminating evidence to the law enforcement agency and received payments from agents.