Hackers hacked the hacker
Ukrainian hackers claim to have broken into the emails of a senior Russian military spy wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for hacking the Hillary Clinton campaign and other senior US Democrats ahead of Donald Trump's election to the presidency in 2016.
It will make you less touchable
The FBI is recommending that users switch on ad-blockers and refuse to trust sites that insist they are switched back on.
How dare you say we are terrorists
Russian hackers, who did not seem to get the irony of their actions, attacked the website of the European Union’s Parliament in revenge for the democratically elected body voting to declare their country a supporter of terrorism.
FBI rather concerned
The untouchables have warned that Russian hackers have been scanning the systems of energy companies and other critical infrastructure in the United States.
All the FBI has to do is say “state secrets” and the data must be handed over
The US government’s attempts to build a Privacy Shield which will allow data to flow between the Land of the Fee and Europe have been scuppered by the Supreme Court.
Bragged about it on Facebook and Instagram
A failed coup against US democracy is now floundering in the courts after "Capitol Hill rioters" effectively sank their cases by bragging about their acts on social media.
More anti-Chinese activity
The Untouchables raided the Florida offices of PAX Technology, a Chinese provider of point of sale devices used by millions of businesses and retailers globally.
Using a flaw in Firefox and Tor
An Irish man who ran a cheap dark web hosting service has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for turning a blind eye to customers hosting child sex abuse material.
Apparently it can't demand IP addresses of people who read news
The US FBI has been forced to withdraw a subpoena demanding records from USA Today that would identify readers of a February story about a southern Florida shootout that killed two agents and wounded three others.
Been developed and deployed
The FBI and NSA have published a joint security alert containing details about a new strain of Linux malware that the two agencies say was developed and deployed in real-world attacks by Russia's military hackers.