The National Archives is backing away a proposal to destroy all e-mail messages sent by non-senior officials.
One grand jury witness turns out to have made some, if not all, of it up.
Researchers say it’s “reminiscent of Stuxnet and Duqu” — two pieces of malware that were reportedly developed by the United States and Israel.
The FBI has released its annual report on the killings of police officers. But there’s no comparable reliable data on civilians being killed by officers.
Charging them up through your computer’s USB port can be a way to infect your computer with malware, experts say.
Adm. Michael S. Rogers warns that the stolen information could be used to launch cyberattacks.
GOP advocates for the agency and others appealed to renewed terrorist fears in move to block Senate debate.
The legislation would put limits on the so-called bulk collection of Americans’ records by the NSA.
The decision by the world’s most popular instant-messaging platform is part of a big shift in the tech industry.
The program reportedly gathers more data than the controversial, land-based StingRay initiative.