Like? Facebook users must agree to share information
A settlement deal with Federal Trade Commission leads to a significant policy change for Facebook.
Ruling forces Twitter’s hand in Wikileaks case
After a controversial ruling in U.S. District court on Thursday, the Justice Department can now force Twitter tro reveal some details about Wikileaks associates.
Does death equal silence in Mexico’s drug war?
The killing of Rascatripas, a blogger critical of Mexico's violent drug gangs, may chill online expression. But some vow to blog on against the cartels.
Fourth blogger killed in Nuevo Laredo
Another drug-cartel critic is found dead in the Mexican border town.
¡Viva Anonymous! The hacker gang is back in Mexico
A new video declares war on drug-fueled corruption in Mexico.
The CIA is watching
The CIA monitors public information on social networks, but a recently retired IT manager for the agency says users shouldn't be overly concerned.
Brown names second alleged Los Zetas associate
While Anonymous may have called off #OpCartel, a Texas author called out a second individual for alleged ties to the Los Zetas drug cartel, despite a lack of evidence.
Barrett Brown goes to war with the drug cartels
A Texas writer and sometimes spokesman for Anonymous names a North Carolina district attorney as a crime figure.
Anonymous calls off #OpCartel
After a week of serious speculation and safety concerns, Anonymous called off #OpCartel. Dallas' Barrett Brown pledges to continue the fight alone.
Anonymous vs Los Zetas: Experts analyze expected showdown
Security experts and hackers agree, if Anonymous goes through with its planned #OpCartel attack on a violent Mexican drug cartel on Saturday, it would be an unprecedented move by the group.
Anonymous confirms action against a Mexican drug cartel
After a week of various, conflicting reports, a self-identified Anonymous spokesman claims in a new video that the hackivists' #OpCartel action is still on.
Facebook security update fails to impress
A week after Facebook released an update promising much tighter security, cracks are still evident in the foundation of the Internet's largest social network.
Doubts emerge about Anonymous kidnapping
Show us the proof that Mexican drug lords kidnapped a hacker, Twitter users demand.
Green hackers strike in Mexico, too
Showing the many sides of Anonymous, hackers take down an environmental ministry's website.
First strike in Mexico’s online drug war?
A former government official's website has been hacked to accuse him of ties to Los Zetas, a powerful drug cartel.
Anonymous to drug cartels: “The dice are already rolling”
A strike against Latin America's violent gangs could come "within hours," according to a member of the hacker collective.
Anonymous Mexico stands ground in battle with drug cartels
Anonymous Mexico says it won't back down from a planned operation against Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas.