More than 60 percent of all computer software installed in the Asia-Pacific in 2015 was unlicensed, the worst of any region, despite growing economies and anti-piracy efforts, an industry watchdog said Wednesday.
A Ukrainian national has pleaded guilty to charges of hacking into databases holding unpublished company press releases to gain insider information that led to $30 million in illicit gains, officials said.
The full cache of secret documents from former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden is being opened to journalists and organizations willing to work with the news organization holding the archive.
Should Clinton be charged with mishandling classified data, she would find herself in the unprecedented position of campaigning for president while embroiled in a legal battle and under federal indictment.
Armed with laptops and smartphones, some 500 members of the Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) -- one of the world's biggest Muslim organizations -- are seeking to counter the Islamic State group's extremist messages.
Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the heart of the Panama Papers scandal, issued a cease-and-desist letter to a journalists' collective urging it not to release online a trove of documents plundered from its computer servers.
The US military's secretive Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) is working to destroy the Islamic State group's Internet connections and leave the jihadists in a state of "virtual isolation," Pentagon chiefs said.