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Regarding the article, "Feds Mine Web Traffic" [June 7, Page 1]: The National Security Agency and the FBI possessing the capability to monitor a great deal of Internet activity is a positive and necessary stop towards protecting all Americans,...
A battle-tested veteran of News Corp.'s general counsel's office will take on additional duties following the corporate spinoff set for June 28. The company announced Monday that Janet Nova, deputy general counsel, will become executive vice president...
WASHINGTON — On the surface, President Obama would seem to have a strong hand as he heads to the annual Group of 8 economic summit. Instead, the meetings Monday and Tuesday seem set to provide the first test of how much his administration's...
Tags: Barack Obama, Interior Policy, Politics, G8, European Parliament
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook Inc. and Google Inc. want people the world over to trust them with the most intimate details of their lives. Now both Silicon Valley companies are fighting to preserve that trust in the wake of damaging revelations that...
If you are one of those people who rarely carry cash or forget to take it along, there's a smartphone app that might interest you. Venmo, a digital wallet company, has an app that makes it easy to exchange money, split bills and make good on IOUs....
WASHINGTON — In January 2010, when Google accused Chinese hackers of infiltrating its network to track emails of human rights activists, the Obama administration didn't disclose what U.S. diplomats in Beijing believed: China's Politburo had directed...
Tribune reporterA Chicago computer hacker pleaded guilty in New York federal court on Tuesday for his role in breaking into the computer system of a Texas intelligence firm and stealing credit card information, the Manhattan U.S. attorney’s office said. Jeremy...
Since being unveiled last year, Google Glass has given privacy advocates much to worry about, but now they may be able to rest a little easier. Google said there won't be any facial-recognition apps with its new high-tech eyewear -- for now, at least....
Tags: Google Glass, Personal Service, Google Inc.
An Army prosecutor told a military judge Monday that Pfc. Bradley Manning drew on his military training to harvest hundreds of thousands of classified documents from military computers and dump them on the Internet, where he knew their release would...
Tags: News Media, Judges, Courts-Martial, Witnesses, Baghdad (Iraq)
Frustrated by their inability to stem an onslaught of computer hackers, some companies are considering adopting the standards of the Wild West to fight back against online bandits. In taking an eye-for-an-eye approach, some of the companies that have...
Jeremy Hammond, a prominent Chicago computer hacker, faces up to 10 years in prison after confessing that he broke into websites belonging to law enforcement agencies, military companies and a private intelligence firm. Hammond, 28, who lived on the...
WASHINGTON -- A Chinese military unit that a private U.S. computer security company accused of launching more than 115 cyber attacks against American companies over seven years has resumed hacking after a three-month hiatus, the firm’s chief...
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