FBI settles for face saving arrest
What do you do if hackers lift a software tool without paying for it and use it to bring down the internet?
Hacked 8,700 computers in 120 countries with just one warrant
Privacy experts have complained in court that the FBI might have just overstepped itself by hacking 8,700 computers in 120 countries, based on a single warrant.
Most information requests coming from Gmail accounts
For the first time in history, Google has been allowed to provide a glimpse into some revelations discovered by US intelligence agencies that were previously asked to be kept confidential.
Keeping an eye on you
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has collected 430,000 iris scans since 2013, prompting questions about just how much Big Brother is watching you.
Expose rubbish security and we will arrest you
If you find shedloads of personal data freely available on a US software company’s server it is probably better to keep your mouth shut and let them be taken down by hackers.
FBI untouchable while iPhone wide open
The FBI is really rubbing it into Apple by offering to unlock some Apple gear for coppers investigating a murder.
And the Tame Apple Press said it was impossible
All those people who claimed that Apple's "superior, super, cool security" was impossible to crack woke up to a dose of reality this morning when the FBI said it had managed to do it, and did not need Jobs' Mob's help.
Not so shadowy after all
The Israeli outfit which is hacking the iPhone for the FBI counts Apple as one of its clients.
Hackers would rather sell the iPhone flaws to the government
Fruity cargo cult Apple is having to pay the cost for not paying hackers to find loopholes in its software.
Israel's Cellebrite, a provider of mobile forensic software, has been named as the outfit which is helping the US Federal Bureau of Investigation's attempt to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California shooters.