Judge John A. Ross, of a district court in Missouri, wrote in his ruling that being publicly named as an Ashley Madison user amounts to more than common embarrassment, but noted the 42 plaintiffs have special roles in the case that require identification.
The public bug bounty program is the government's first.
You just opened your computer on a flight to a convention, with your competitor's rep seated right behind you. Are you crazy?
The most common factor to blame? Mobile devices.
Hackers are a company's best last line of defense, and paying them to find security vulnerabilities is an increasingly common practice among all manner of companies, from Uber to GM.
The government had insisted until Monday that it had no way to access the phone used by one of the killers in the December massacre in San Bernardino, Calif.
The anti-virus pioneer says that U.S. intelligence officials need to stop spying on citizens and start protecting them from true enemies.
The comedian is thoughtful with his take on the nuances around encryption.
Loretta Lynch speaks on the San Bernardino case during a visit to the Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
The tech giant is working on a biometric login feature for Windows 10.
The controversial actor will have a one-on-one interview with RSA President Amit Yoran.
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In a copy of the brief provided by the company, Apple argued that the government's request is 'unprecedented' and violates the company's First Amendment rights.
'Some things are hard, and some things are right, and some things are both -- this is one of those things,' Tim Cook says in an interview.
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