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A European coalition is forming around an approach to using smartphone technology to trace coronavirus infections that, its backers hope, could help to reopen borders without unleashing a second wave of the pandemic.
As governments race to develop mobile tracing apps to help contain infections, attention is turning to how officials will ensure users’ privacy.
Surveillance-tech companies have flourished in recent years as law enforcement and spy agencies around the world have sought new methods for countering adversaries.
Bob Diachenko, a security researcher in Ukraine, spends part of his days searching the Internet for troves of data that aren’t secured properly, in order to patch them up so they aren’t exploited by hackers.
Human rights groups urged three Gulf Arab states on April 8 to lift bans on free Internet calls to help their large migrant workforces stay in touch during the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 200 VPN servers have been compromised in a massive campaign by hackers, according to a report by leading Chinese internet provider Qihoo 360. The report attributed the attacks to advanced hacker group DarkHotel.
The secret agency motif permeating Fortnite since February had a hidden purpose all along.
The United Arab Emirates on March 30 loosened restrictions on a number of messaging applications as residents work and study from home during a coronavirus lockdown, but it maintained the bar on WhatsApp and FaceTime.
The email came from the boss. We’re watching you, it told Axos Financial Inc employees working from home.
South Korean prosecutors on March 25 began reviewing whether to formally charge a man arrested last week on allegations he operated secretive chatrooms where he posted sexually abusive videos of blackmailed women in return for cryptocurrency payments.