Comcast certainly wants its users to share their Wi-Fi networks with each other, but not everybody is happy with this idea.
Microsoft has agreed to be held in contempt of court in order to appeal the ruling that said it must hand over user data, which is stored overseas, to US officials. Chief Judge Loretta Preska of the District Court in New York had ruled that Microsoft must hand over the data, which is stored on Read More
A new scam on several popular dating sites has been brought to light when a new case was presented in the District Court of Maryland, indicting several members of an underground ring that would scam older women out of their money through promises of gold, jewels, and perhaps most heart-breaking of all…love. The hacker behind Read More
In news that would make anyone think twice about leaving the webcams on their laptops and phones uncovered, this week a global crackdown on peeping pervs resulted in the apprehension and arrest of over 100 hackers who were utilizing the Blackshade trojan to covertly spy on the webcams of unwitting victims from around the world. Read More
And so the uphill battle begins. Earlier today a US federal judge ordered the NSA to stop its surveillance efforts of 300 million American and UK citizens, and demanded they destroy the records collected on all of them in the past several years. US District Court Judge Richard Leon has officially declared the blanket, dragnet-style Read More