The Daily Caller

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Look who took out The New York Times

New York Times

The SEA hacks in support of the Assad regime, although no official ties have been made to Syrian government.

Computer researchers demonstrate how cars can by hacked via laptop


Hackers have researched the concept since 2010

Federal agency smashes computers to defeat malware

Cyber Defense

Agency grossly misunderstands technology, destroys computers to rid itself of virus problem

Napolitano claims feds don't depend on private sector for intel

Janet Napolitano

Homeland Security chief remarks at odds with current state of military-industrial complex

DHS hopes to get same cyber-spying powers as NSA

Janet Napolitano, AP

Pending bill would give Homeland Security domestic spying capabilities similar to the National Security Agency’s

US manufacturers urge Obama to get tough on cybersecurity with China

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Summit between Obama and Xi in California this week

Security experts warn government is making the Internet unsafe


Say, couldn’t hackers take advantage of mandated invulnerabilities?

House Intel chair: Hackers are coming to get you

Hackers. AP Images.

‘Banks, financial institutions, newspapers, trade associations, major international businesses, no one is immune’

Is your webcam spying on you?

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Judge says not to FBI’s newest surveillance idea: hacking into personal computers

CISPA passes House despite privacy concerns

High Tech NYPD

Bill allows private sector information to be voluntarily shared with the federal government

Electronic sharing bill CISPA would violate rule of law, critics argue

Digital privacy AP

Bill would allow companies to break contracts, share info with government

White House threatens to veto cyber bill


Bill’s sponsors insist it is ‘not a surveillance bill’

FAA strongly denies alleged smartphone airplane hack can work

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‘The described technique cannot engage or control the aircraft’s autopilot system’

Airplanes can be hijacked using an Android smartphone

Britain Air

Security consultant Hugo Teso shows that a hijacker could take over an aircraft’s flight controls

Activists launch week of protest against anti-hacking law


Digital libertarians say feds’ 1984 law could put innocent people in jail

Dutch Web hosting site knocked offline after major DDoS attack on UK company

South Korea Computer Crash.JPEG

The attacks illustrate a larger problem with the vulnerability of systems fundamental to the Internet

GSA security hole exposes thousands of Social Security numbers


Vendors considered most vulnerable for identity theft

Private financial info for Michelle Obama, Jay-Z, Hilary Clinton, Beyonce exposed

Celebrity Financials Leaked
The records also showed that Jay-Z has an outstanding Cox cable bill for $892

Napolitano calls for DHS 3.0, says cybersecurity is a top priority

Janet Napolitano
In October 2012, Obama signed an executive order that expanded DHS's ties to local law enforcement

Microsoft data compromised, raising fears of large-scale hacking campaign - TheDC

(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren,File)

Twitter also announced on February 1 that user data for 250,000 of its users was potentially compromised