New Duqu virus linked to Microsoft Word Documents
Top US court mulls free speech, Facebook threats
US Supreme Court justices struggled Monday with the difficult question of whether threats made on Facebook can be prosecuted or are protected free speech.
SplashData's annual list shows people still using easy-to-guess passwords
Wolfram Alpha 'Knowledge Engine' is Like a Modern Farmer's Almanac
Facebook answers privacy flap over leftover cookies
US braces for 'six strikes' online piracy program
A new voluntary system aimed at rooting out online copyright piracy using a controversial "six strikes" system is set to be implemented by US Internet providers soon, with the impact unclear.
Supreme Court considers Facebook threats case
Supreme Court justices are vigorously debating the Digital Age question of where the line should be drawn between free speech and illegal threats.
Security experts warn of new 'almost indestructible' TDL-4 botnet threat
Web inventor says governments stifling net freedom (Update)
The inventor of the World Wide Web warned Friday that government control is limiting the possibilities of the Internet, as dozens of countries and businesses signed a cybersecurity deal at the Davos forum.
Sony PlayStation Network hacked again by resetting user passwords
Freebie tricksters unleash spam botnet using Android phones
Google wants Password123 in Museum of Bad Headaches
Rude comments online are a reality we can't get away from
Any verbal exchange – whether a scientific panel discussion, lovers quarrelling in a hallway, or the political hard-talk of a live interview – is a very sophisticated human activity.
Dotcom beats US bid to revoke bail in New Zealand
Internet mogul Kim Dotcom avoided returning to jail in New Zealand on Monday when an Auckland court rejected a US application to revoke bail granted as part of a marathon online piracy case.