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Facebook is suing an Israeli spyware company for allegedly hacking WhatsApp. Now, that company says Facebook tried to buy its spyware in 2017.
Facebook first sued NSO Group in October alleging that it hacked users of its WhatsApp messaging platform.
Thousands of shady websites with ‘coronavirus’ or ‘covid’ in their domain have popped up since January — and it reflects...
Scammers aren't letting a good crisis go to waste — instead, they see coronavirus fears as an opportunity to make money.
Protect your Zoom meetings with a password now — otherwise, you’re leaving the door wide open for hackers to ‘Zoom-bomb’
An online tool automatically discovers Zoom meetings, and hackers are using it to troll people. The only way to stop them is a password.
Zoom has exploded in popularity, going from 10 million daily users in December to 200 million in March.
‘Alcohol is soooo good’: Trolls are breaking into AA meetings held on Zoom video calls and harassing recovering alcoholics
"Alcohol is soooo good," an intruder said to recovering alcoholics during a Tuesday AA meeting on Zoom.
The CDC will set up a coronavirus ‘surveillance and data collection system’ as part of the $2 trillion stimulus bill, which President Trum...
Tracking the spread of the virus will be a balancing act for the CDC, which will have to navigate privacy laws as it expands its surveillance.
Thousands of spring breakers traveled from one Florida beach to cities across the US. Mapping their phone data shows the importance of social distanci...
Roughly 5,000 phones traveled from one Fort Lauderdale beach to cities spanning the eastern US, including New York, Chicago, New Orleans, and Houston.
The FBI suggested that people stuck indoors during the coronavirus pandemic download its workout app, but users questioned why it collected so much data.
The most popular web browsers are sending companies your history or personal data, according to a report. Here’s how each browser’s privac...
Chrome, Firefox, and Safari were each ranked in the second-lowest privacy tier, while Microsoft Edge and Yandex were ranked as "least private."
The dark web turns 20 this month. From black market hotspots to facilitating the Arab Spring, here’s how it changed the world.
The dark web — used by outlaws, dissidents, and hackers to share information without scrutiny — will turn 20 years old this month.