In light of a federal jury’s decision this week to convict journalist Matthew Keys of three counts related to a cyber incident suffered by the Los Angeles Times in 2010, critics of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act are once again urging lawmakers to re-examine the country’s anti-hacking statute.
Donald Trump’s hotel chain has confirmed that credit cards used at seven high-end properties — including establishments in New York, Las Vegas and Chicago — may have been compromised as a result of malware that went unnoticed on system computers for more than a year.
Google has been given a Nov. 18 deadline to make changes to the way its Android operating system comes preconfigured for users in Russia before regulators in the Kremlin begin lobbing hefty fines at the tech titan in accordance with a recent antitrust ruling.
The Pentagon is poised to put a real-life “Iron Man” on the battlefield in under two years’ time, and military officials say the state-of-the-art, sensor-embedded suit of armor will give ground troops a significant advantage unmatched this side of the Marvel universe.
The Federal Aviation Administration has asked an aerial photography studio to pay $1.7 million in fines for allegedly conducting dozens of unauthorized drone flights over New York and Chicago.