Reports about the toy store using cameras to track shoppers caused an uproar, but the companies behind the tech insist their systems are trained to ignore kids.
Five men face federal charges of bilking investors of $722 million by inviting them to buy shares in bitcoin mining pools.
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A new attack called Plundervolt gives attackers access to the sensitive data stored in a processor's secure enclave.
The rural carriers who rely on Huawei are wary of a costly “rip and replace” effort.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report shows that the FBI's investigation of ties between Russia and the Trump campaign was both justified and without political bias.
Russian disinformation, a VC hack, vulnerable VPNs, and more are in the week’s top security news.
The US is charging Maksim Yakubets over two of the biggest cybertheft campaigns of the last decade, and offers a record reward for information on the case.
This animal liberation group actually wants to be put on trial. Their goal: force jurors to wear VR headsets and immerse them in the suffering of animals bound for slaughter.
Rich Communication Services promises to be the new standard for texting. Thanks to sloppy implementation, it's also a security mess.
Hate them or love them, the Ewoks have more strategic chops than any military in the Star Wars galaxy.
Microsoft patched a vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook in 2017. It hasn't slowed hackers down.
Hacker and Ethereum developer Virgil Griffith was recently arrested by US authorities for speaking at a conference on blockchain technologies.
Once you realize most things you search for online are boring and obvious, you realize you don't really need Google in your life.
DMV privacy, a password ruling, and more of the week's top security news.
A mainstay of spycraft still has plenty of relevance in the digital age.