- The WIP hosted #LocalVoicesTalk about Women in Islam, a Twitter event. July 22, 2014
- Infrastructure Hackers, Script Kiddies and “Watchdogs”: A Round-up of Monsters Under the Bed from CIS/MS-ISAC June 5, 2014
- Recent Activity from The European Cyber Army (ECA) April 15, 2014
- Summary of 2013 Malware Development March 26, 2014
- Turkey Thrashes Twitter, Leaks put Gov in a Twist March 21, 2014
- Commerce Dept. Cans ICANN March 21, 2014
- Point of Sale Target’ed, Millions of Credit Cards Scraped. February 12, 2014
- Hotels May Become New Data Breach Point February 12, 2014
- New White House Initiative Pledges $750 Million for Student Technology February 12, 2014
- Mask/Careto Unmasked, Shadowy Spanish Spybots Slink into Sunset February 12, 2014
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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
The number of Europeans who regularly use the Internet has doubled, to 65 percent of the 28-bloc’s 500 million inhabitants, since 2006, though there remains large differences in Internet usage within the 28-member bloc.
The hail-a-ride start-up responds to concerns that it does not handle its rider data seriously enough. Continue reading
Unidentified hackers have been releasing internal documents from Sony Pictures Entertainment. Renee Montagne talks to Kim Zetter, a senior staff reporter at Wired magazine, about the attack. Continue reading
On the heels of his Allen Institute for Brain Science, the Microsoft co-founder launched the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence in an effort to advance the field while reaching back to its past. Continue reading
A study hosted by Stanford University will examine impacts on society, including on the economy, war and crime. Continue reading
NPR’s David Folkenflik talks with Melissa Block about the discussion within media circles about the legality and propriety of publishing information stolen in the hack attack against Sony Pictures. Continue reading
Concern about technology — the printing press, the steam engine or the computer — supplanting humans is not new. But this time may be different.
As Paris taxis staged a go-slow protest on Monday, an Interior Ministry spokesman said the ride-booking service would be prohibited as of Jan. 1. Continue reading
A letter sent to news media outlets warned against using the information revealed by hackers who attacked the studio’s computer systems.
Sony’s executives now say they knew that basing a film on the assassination of Kim Jong-un of North Korea had inherent risks.
In a victory for Spain’s news outlets, aggregators are now required to pay the sites for linking to their content. But Google’s choice could hurt the sites, limiting their global reach and influence. Continue reading
Moscow Metro to be fully equipped with free Wi-Fi on December 2
Vietnam arrests anti-China blogger for posting ‘bad content’
A week into the Sony hack, however, there is a lot of rampant speculation but few solid facts. Here’s a look at what we do and don’t know about what’s turning out to be the biggest hack of the year.
The post Sony Got Hacked Hard: What We Know and Don’t Know So Far appeared first on WIRED.
George Osborne, the British chancellor of the exchequer, proposed a new 25 percent tax on the local profits of international companies, including tech giants like Google, Continue reading
On Wednesday, Google announced that many of its “Captchas”—the squiggled text tests designed to weed out automated spambots—will be reduced to nothing more than a single checkbox next to the statement “I’m not a robot.”
The post Google Can Now Tell You’re Not a Robot With Just One Click appeared first on WIRED.