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Twitter Deputy General Counsel Asked to Exit By Musk

The move comes as the social media platform faces scrutiny from regulators

Business News

FBI Director Wray Addresses Concerns About TikTok and National Security

According to Wray, the Chinese government "has a mission that's very much at odds with what's in the best interests of the United States."

Business News

350,000 Amazon Workers Get Raises. 3 Things to Know Today.

Stay in the know in 60 seconds.

Business News

Microsoft Drops Lawsuit in Secrecy Case the Government Probably Didn't Want You to Know About

The Department of Justice agrees to cease routinely demanding data companies not tell customers about search warrants.

Business News

How to Watch James Comey's Testimony Before Congress Online

Former FBI director James Comey is testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee at 10 a.m. ET Thursday. Here's how to live stream it.

Business News

In Firing Comey, Trump Should Have Followed His Own Example on 'The Apprentice'

Employees should see their dismissal coming and hear it from you directly.

Business News

FBI Director James Comey Will Speak at This Year's SXSW

He'll talk cybersecurity.

Business News

FBI Hostage Negotiation Tactics You Can Use Every Day

A 24-year veteran of the Bureau shares the 'Jedi Mind Trick' that works every time.

Business News

Yahoo Secretly Scanned Customer Emails for U.S. Intelligence

The company complied with a classified U.S. government demand to look through millions of accounts at the behest of the National Security Agency or FBI, sources say.

Business News

FBI Director, Again, Says You Should Tape Over Your Webcam

James Comey compared the practice to locking your door.

Business News

DOJ Accused of Deliberately Using Old Tech for FOIA Requests

The government has been sued for intentionally obstructing Freedom of Information requests.

Technology

Fearing For Her Life, Tor's Developer Leaves US to Dodge The FBI

Alarming trends by the FBI recently has raised questions to the lengths it will seek to violate privacy of individuals

News and Trends

A Tool For Mobile Forensics Has Been Developed To Handle Encryption, Including iPhone, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

A tool for mobile forensics has already been developed to handle smartphones, including Apple, says government.

Technology

US Supreme Court Has Given Legal Authority To Hack Any Computer - Worldwide

Not just limited to American computers, the new move spells disaster for digital rights worldwide

Business News

FBI Paid Less Than $1 Million to Unlock San Bernardino iPhone, Sources Say

The figure is smaller than the $1.3 million the agency's chief initially indicated the hack cost.