Authorities arrested two in Israel and two in Florida, but they were not charged with the breach.
The Obama administration’s reluctance to reveal evidence against Beijing reflects a divide in how the U.S. responds to commercial versus traditional espionage.
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others face challenge of limiting terrorists’ voice while preserving global platforms for expression.
Authorities pulled the plug on Darkode, an illicit Web site for trafficking tools for hackers.
Once asked by a lawmaker how many people work at the department, he replied: “About 60 percent.”
Information about a felony charge against the alleged S.C. shooter should have surfaced, the bureau says.
Two 2014 hacks of Office of Personnel Management systems exposed details — from fingerprints to financial and health records — about federal employees, contractors and their friends and families.
Over the past month, U.S. authorities arrested more than 10 people suspected of having ties to the group.
Comey testimony is latest effort to prod tech companies to alter products “to optimize privacy and safety.”
Measure aimed at helping feds detect terrorist threats, but critics fear intrusion on privacy and free speech.