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A nuclear reactor in Indiana has gone all-digital, and it could mark a turning point for American atomic energy
A nuclear engineer said "there are no scenarios which would put the Purdue facility in an unsafe state."
Data breaches continue to be a threat. Since January 2018, at least 12 consumer companies reported that customer information was made vulnerable.
A Florida city was forced to use pen and paper and pay a $500,000 ransom after hackers took control of its computers
Lake City's emergency services network was unaffected as it had extra security, but it's unclear if the city's main network had sufficient protection.
A massive, ongoing hack has been compromising cell service providers around the world without them even knowing, a new report says
The attack likely targeted high-profile individuals like government and military officials, revealing sensitive details of their activities.
There’s a wildly popular conspiracy theory that Facebook listens to your private phone calls, and no matter what the tech giant says people just...
There's a belief that Facebook is listening through your phone and then serving ads based on your life. But evidence suggests this is not true.
A Florida city paid a $600,000 bitcoin ransom to hackers who took over its computers — and it’s a massive alarm bell for the rest of the U...
Riviera Beach's city council voted to pay the money after an attack in May disrupted services, including its email network and 911 dispatch system.
After a tearful rant on Instagram, Thorne said all you need to be brave is friends coming "out of the woodworks to support u."
Bella Thorne tearfully called out Whoopi Goldberg for criticizing her leaked nude photos: ‘Blaming girls for taking the photo in the first place...
Thorne said she was "saddened and displeased" when Goldberg showed little sympathy for the star's intimate photos being hacked.
Nearly 1 in 3 Singaporean holiday-goers encountered scams when booking trips online – and travel deals to Taiwan are the riskiest
Other popular holiday destinations targeted by fraudsters include London, Bali, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Hackers stole unreleased Radiohead recordings and threatened to release them unless the band paid $150,000, so the band released the recordings instea...
Radiohead made the hackers' ransom worthless by putting the recordings that were "never meant for public consumption" online for anyone to buy.