Recent terrorist attacks have rekindled a debate over encrypted communications, and top lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are once more advocating for a solution to the government’s “going dark” problem.
Belgian police asked Twitter followers to observe “radio silence” Sunday as they hunted terrorists linked to the Nov. 13 Paris attacks, so Twitter responded by not letting the cat out of the bag, so to speak — instead, they flooded the feed with cat images and memes.
Sen. John McCain has written the Obama administration to raise concerns over the White House’s failure to sanction China as a result of a rash of recent cyberattacks attributed on Beijing.
Bitcoin could soon be banned in the European Union pending the outcome of a meeting scheduled for Friday in Brussels in the wake of last week’s deadly terror attacks in the French capital.
Islamic State supporters have posted an Arabic-language social media guide on how to circumvent efforts by Anonymous, the hacktivist collective that took down many Twitter accounts of terrorists and those who fund them.