The FBI’s report is breathtaking in its summation of Hillary Clinton’s reckless abuse of her office and the classified material with which she was entrusted.
Why are we more more offended by Trump’s vulgarity than the dangerous actions that allowed Russia to interfere in American politics?
Netflix users beware: a federal appeals court ruled last week that sharing passwords to a company’s website violates federal law.
The government wants Apple to make a hack-friendly iOS to combat terrorism, but it will open the door for unprecedented levels of cyber terrorism.
Apple can help the FBI open San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook’s iPhone, which could lead to other terrorists. Apple has declined.
Neither hacker attacks from Anonymous nor Donald Trump shutting down the Internet can ultimately ensure ISIS’s demise.
Michael Hiltzik, a scandal-ridden Los Angeles Times columnist who was once sanctioned for e-mail hacking, is really upset that Carly Fiorina beat cancer.
The actions that brought down New York Magazine are destructive, childish, and should be wished away to a cornfield.
Unlike private insurance company Anthem, federal health-care exchanges won’t even notify customers if hackers get their sensitive information.
Lawmakers should not ban encrypted communications apps. Criminals aren’t the only ones who want to keep their information secure online.
If North Korea just committed the most successful terrorist attack on the United States since 9/11, why are our politicians so silent about it?
Why is it bad to sneak peeks at naked women in person, but okay to view stolen pictures of naked women?
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