When Robert Mueller’s grand jury handed down an indictment against 12 Russian intelligence officers last week, one name in the 29-page document was instantly familiar to security experts who’ve been on the trail of one of the Internet’s most notorious hacker groups.
The latest patch for Civilization VI has stripped out the game’s Red Shell software, a controversial product that tracks the ads which the user has viewed outside of the game.
Republican Representative Mike Coffman introduced a bill that would turn the basic principles of net neutrality into law earlier this week, having debuted it in the form of The 21st Century Internet Act.
Because bots are only effective if they seem convincingly human. Right? Depending on how you define them, bots have been around since before most of us were using the internet.
Facebook may have stumbled through its Cambridge Analytica user privacy scandal largely unscathed so far—the yet-to-be-determined outcome of four separate federal investigations notwithstanding—but its pivot to publicly talking a big game on cracking down on data misuse continues.
Microsoft hasn’t exactly been winning over consumers recently, leaving many onlookers wondering if the company is switching all of its efforts to businesses and turning into another IBM.
Valve bans over 90,000 Steam accounts in one week
WASHINGTON — In a concession to the White House, Republicans in Congress weakened a provision to levy harsh penalties on Chinese telecom giant ZTE from the must-pass annual defense bill on Friday.