Technology companies, security specialists and the Department of Homeland Security are taking steps to protect against another massive cyberattack like the one that hampered access to popular websites Friday after hackers hijacked millions of digital devices.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had to fend off employees during the U.S. presidential campaign who wanted to censor billionaire Donald Trump’s posts due to alleged hate speech.
A drone operated by activists during Sunday’s North Dakota pipeline protest was shot at by officers after the aircraft flew near a law-enforcement helicopter, leaving passengers “in fear of their lives.”
Cyberattacks on a key internet firm repeatedly disrupted the availability of popular websites across the East Coast of the United States Friday, according to analysts and company officials.
Security researchers on Thursday unveiled a link they say ties Russian hackers with the compromise that led to WikiLeaks publishing the personal emails of John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.