The latest high-profile Twitter hack raises questions about hacking methodology, punishment, and security issues.
The idea of law enforcement using new technology to reduce crime is intruiging. But how to best to do that—while protecting civil liberties—remains an ongoing debate.
The DOJ filed charges against high-ranking members of a sophisticated international cybercrime group accused of hacking into thousands of computers and stealing credit card numbers.
Yevgeniy Nikulin’s hacking crimes, resulting in a nine-count indictment in the USA, embody the increasingly tense relations between Russia and the United States.
The case of Carpenter v. United States could ultimately set the standard for modern surveillance law: can law enforcement legally obtain information regarding your cell phone location data?