Articles by Daniel Stuckey
Even as his government was working with the NSA on widespread collection of data, Prime Minister John Key said the new law "is not, and never will be, about wholesale spying on New Zealanders."
A student made a threat online about "shooting up" his school in three days, but it took the feds three months to arrest him.
A group claims to have provided the Syrian government with locations of Islamic State operatives.
Former NSA Director Keith Alexander's lucrative entrance into the private sector has raised a heap of ethical questions about the spy chief's intentions.
ON? is like Yo!, but just between you your phone. So why has Apple banned it?
Weeks after he started working quietly as an FBI informant, the hacker known as Sabu led a cyber attack against one of the bureau's very own IT contractors.
Tinder is upgrading with a fresh bundle of photo-sharing features, called "Moments."
Exclusive documents obtained by Motherboard detail Hector Xavier Monsegur's leadership in attacks against Brazilian government and commercial websites.
The lenient sentencing took place in the same courtroom where Jeremy Hammond received his 10-year prison sentence.
The hacker turned informant keeps getting his day in court delayed, perhaps because the FBI isn't finished with him.