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Hundreds of thousands of people viewed illegal copies of The Interview in China and South Korea, just hours after the controversial movie on the fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was released in the United States.
Cyber investigators looking for the culprits of a devastating hack into Sony Pictures Entertainment have found some links to North Korea — hacking tools similar to those used by that country in previous attacks on South Korea.
Taiwan wants to join a major anti-hacking drill conducted by the United States to strengthen cybersecurity ties with its staunchest ally, its vice premier said on Monday, a move which would help safeguard against constant targeting by hackers in rival China.
Americans have been stepping up efforts to keep their data private since the revelations about vast US government surveillance programs, a survey showed.
Some of China's largest Internet companies deleted more than 60,000 online accounts because their names did not conform to regulations due to take effect, the top Internet regulator said.
The cybersecurity firm Hacking Team appears to have itself been the victim of a hack, with documents that purport to show it sold software to repressive regimes being posted to the company’s own Twitter feed.
Social media operators such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube would have to notify federal authorities of online "terrorist activity," according to the text of a bill approved by the US Senate Intelligence Committee and seen by Reuters.