The company is fighting back against rumors that it would scan messages on users’ phones prior to encryption.
We don’t really know—and that’s worrisome.
How police in the Valley use automated license plate readers
British and Canadian Governments Accidentally Exposed Passwords and Security Plans to the Entire Internet
On Trello, a project management site, the governments posted credentials for servers and domain names and even some emails and code.
One board member described the police's justification for the raids as a "tenuous" link between the privacy group, a blog, and its email address.
With so many lives at stake, computer scientists and healthcare IT pros are motivated to develop strategies that keep patients safe from medical device hackers. They’re making progress.
As Twitter ramps up its efforts against fake accounts, researchers are devising algorithms to distinguish humans from bots in their spare time.
No, it's not only you--some user interfaces intentionally want to confuse and enroll.
Things like algorithms and computer learning are changing healthcare. There are major implications to the increased use of medical technology and a number of questions reporters should keep in mind.
These sites you haven't heard of are sharing boatloads of data about you.