Google Thursday said it would not sell facial recognition surveillance products without first addressing the drawbacks and potential abuse of the technology.
After a second, newly discovered, bug affected 52.5 million Google+ users, Google has decided to shutter the social network earlier than originally planned.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller recommended Tuesday night that former National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn avoid prison time for lying to the FBI since he has offered "substantial assistance" on a number of ongoing investigations.
Russia didn't just ratchet up its aggression toward Ukraine on the high seas last week, it also stepped cyber-attacks against the country and other governments and private entities around the world.
Magecart is behind a breach of Sotheby's Home in which an unauthorised third party skimmed customer data from the website.
WikiLeaks and former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort denied reports that Manafort met with the site's founder Julian Assange several times after he sought asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
In a violation of US federal rules, the US President's daughter used private email to communicate government business, it has been revealed.
A security flaw in Instagram's recently released "Download Your Data" tool could have exposed some user passwords, the company reportedly told users.
Facebook Thursday rebutted allegations that the company knew early in 2016 about Russian activity on the social media platform and failed to promptly investigate it.
The US Monday joined Russia, North Korea and China in declining to sign a cyber-security pact supported by 50 countries and aimed at fighting both cyber-warfare and cyber-crime.