One of the defendants in the criminal case against Megaupload has been arrested in the United States. According to TorrentFreak, Andrus Nõmm had previously been living in the Netherlands and was fighting his extradition.
For almost two decades, the open source GnuPG encryption project has teetered on the brink of insolvency. Now, following word of that plight, the lone developer keeping the project alive has received more than $135,000—in a single day, no less.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation sustained a notable blow in one of its oldest ongoing surveillance-related lawsuits—its motion for partial summary judgment was denied on Tuesday, while a counter motion filed by the National Security Agency was...
The recruiting efforts of Islamic terror group ISIS was dealt a huge blow this week after hacktivist collective, Anonymous hacked into hundreds of ISIS Twitter accounts and email addresses in a major strike called #OpISIS.
AT&T will probably be one of the first companies to file a lawsuit if the Federal Communications Commission follows through on a plan to impose stricter rules on broadband. But FCC officials say they’re on solid legal ground.
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