Pentagon requests $12 million for new National Guard cyberwar facilities in Maryland
The two facilities have been on the Pentagon's wishlist for years now.
Facebook engineer says over 1 million access service over anonymous Tor network
The world's biggest social network has been a driving force for political activism.
Controversial Facebook campaign asks Iranian tourists to remove the hijab
#SeeYouInIranWithoutHijab trends after airline workers refuse to wear mandatory headwrap.
New Senate bill sanctions Iranians who threaten U.S. cybersecurity
The bill's author has long been highly critical of Obama's relationship with Iran.
How the Internet's highest-profile prosecutor sits at the center of Turkish corruption
Preet Bharara has become a Turkish celebrity for pursuing what Turkey's government will not: justice.
Iran denies ordering hack of U.S. dam, blasts American government for Stuxnet virus
The U.S., Iran said, was in no position to cry foul.