Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai unveiled Tuesday plans to dismantle the Obama administration’s “net neutrality” rules, prompting cheers from Republicans and outrage from the left.
A cyberattack suffered by the Sacramento Regional Transit over the weekend erased millions of files from its computers and curbed operations within California’s capital city.
New forensic DNA analysis that can create an eerily accurate image of an unknown individual helped cops in Texas solve a year-old murder mystery.
The Pentagon’s intelligence agency flagged Russian software company Kaspersky Lab as a potential threat as far back as 2004, thirteen years before the Department of Homeland Security banned the government from using its products, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars hiring professionals hackers to break into lawfully seized smartphones in order to obtain data from mobile devices protected by purportedly impenetrable digital encryption, according to a new report.