The massive data breach, believed to affect almost the entire population of Malaysia, was first reported last month by Lowyat.net, a local technology news website.
Microsoft is dropping a lawsuit against the US government after the Department of Justice issued new rules limiting the use of secrecy orders that prevent firms from telling customers law enforcement has accessed their data.
They may not be able to leave Gaza without Israeli or Egyptian permission, but their photos can.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick on Friday unilaterally appointed two new members to the board of directors in a surprise move that increased tension within the leadership of the popular ride service.
An ‘epidemic’ has erupted in global ransomware attacks, taking over computers as well as internet-linked devices like routers and CCTV cameras to turn them into tools for criminals ...
China has ordered the country's internet platforms to verify users' true identity before letting them post online content, the latest step by authorities to tighten policing of the web.
Mozilla, the non-profit which runs the Firefox internet browser, said Wednesday it was launching a drive against ‘fake news’ as fact-checking software backed by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar got its first run-out in public.
A Senegalese singer was formally charged with ‘offending the head of state and broadcasting fake news’, her lawyer told AFP Wednesday, after audio of her lashing out at President Macky Sall went viral.