Family says hacker sent fake North Korean missile warning through Nest camera
A hoax message terrified the family.
This Arizona bill would tax internet porn to fund a border wall
Users would need to pay $20 fee to have mandatory porn-blocking software disabled.
Trump posts altered pics on social media to make fingers look longer, report
Trump has been defensive about the size of his hands for decades.
Facebook introduces ‘Community Actions’ tool to petition the government
Will the tech giant's new tool help or hinder political action?
A hitman’s smartwatch helped send him to prison for life
Prosecutors say Garmin Forerunner 10 worn during assassination planning
Privacy group files complaints against Netlifx, Spotify for GDPR violations
Eight major companies accused by advocacy group of violating the EU's privacy rules
Facebook staffers caught writing 5-star Amazon reviews for Portal speaker
The social media giant denies directing the reviews.
What you need to know about the data breach involving 773 email addresses
It's still a reminder to check your security hygiene.
Senators fear government shutdown may affect FTC investigation of Facebook
'We fear that the current government shutdown further threatens the FTC’s ability to complete this investigation'
Buy beer for a furloughed government worker with this new website
More than 2,400 drinks have been donated so far.
Experts warn of uptick in ‘Ryuk’ ransomware after hackers net $3.7 million
Cybercriminals are shifting focus to high-value targets.
YouTube still hosting bestiality images year after crackdown pledge
Company admits it has 'more work to do' after new content surfaces.
A man found a camera in his Airbnb and the company didn’t seem to care
Airbnb apologizes for its handling of the issue
Judge rules police can’t make suspects unlock phones with biometrics
The ruling said doing so is self-incrimination.
Meet the dude who started the ‘How Hard Did Aging Hit You?’ challenge
It all began with a Facebook post.