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The agency said the devices, which make up the so-called Internet of Things, also raise serious security and privacy risks that could undermine consumers’ confidence.
The police have raided the American e-commerce giant’s Tokyo headquarters, a distribution center and the offices of an affiliate, according to Japanese news reports.
Agents created bogus profile in woman’s name in bid to nab other drug suspects. Continue reading
Security incidents on federal IT systems have increased more than 1,000 percent. Continue reading
A simple fight over big government versus small has put Republicans in the awkward position of defending cable giants, one of the nation’s most maligned industries.
“It’s the difference between ‘Yes, master’ and ‘I CAN’T LET YOU DO THAT DAVE.” Continue reading
GCHQ: “All types of news media represent a potential threat to security.” Continue reading
Since 2008, the bureau has been assuming a larger role in the government’s warrantless surveillance program, according to a newly declassified report.
The firm says it was a “canary in the coalmine” after being hacked and was reacting to the situation as it unfolded. Continue reading
Defense Ministry report claims North Korea has cyber army of 6,000. Continue reading
DHS OIG: “There is no reason to invest additional taxpayer funds at this time.” Continue reading
It’s a 75% year-over-year jump, and exponentially more than a few years ago. Continue reading
Advocates say tools that cloak online identities are needed to protect activists. Prosecutors say they hinder efforts to police all kinds of crime, from child pornography to illegal gun sales. Continue reading
On Friday, President Obama signed an executive order allowing new sanctions against individuals and companies in North Korea as the first part of the U.S. response to the Sony hack. The post What We Know About the New U.S. Sanctions Against North Korea… Continue reading
Matt Dorfman We live in a world made of computers. Your car is a computer that drives down the freeway at 60 mph with you strapped inside. If you live or work in a modern building, computers regulate its temperature and respiration. And we’re not just putting our bodies inside computers—we’re also putting computers inside […]
The post How Laws Restricting Tech Actually Expose Us to Greater Harm appeared first on WIRED.
In a class-action case that kicked around courts for a decade, a jury rejected claims that Apple acted to secure a monopoly over digital music. Continue reading