The Internet's not working. Or at least the self-styled "front page of the Internet."
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protections Act passed in the House today after many privacy groups spoke out in opposition.
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It will implement verification on all the products and services that use a Microsoft Account, like Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox, Outlook, Skype, and SkyDrive.
Editor's Pick CISPA author Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) says he hasn't heard of one U.S. company that opposes CISPA. We've heard of four.
Looks like CISPA, which was recently voted through committee, may have to go back to the drawing room floor as the White House threatens to veto it.
A group of pro-Syria hackers accessed NPR's systems after the publication won a Peabody Award for its reporting on the country.
Java is getting a security update today to fix a number of bugs that can be used in drive-by attacks.
Microsoft may knock Google's search results, but its Google that's doing a better job of blocking malicious sites.
Editor's Pick While the FAA denies that a hack can take over the flight controls of a plane, one researcher is saying, "Put up or shut up."
Wordpress is currently the target of a botnet attack stealing access to admin accounts. The purpose? Likely to make the botnet stronger.
Over the last four years hackers have targeted 35 gaming companies around the world, according to new research.
Virginia announced a new cyber-security accelerator that is based on the same model as Silicon Valley's Y Combinator.
Mat Honan got owned last year and it sucked, but you can still learn his lesson.
A criticized cyber-security bill that hopes to improve information sharing between the private and public sectors was voted through by the House Intelligence Committee today.
The IRS may stand on the side of the law that says warrants are not necessary to access personal emails.
U.K. hacker Ryan Ackroyd will be sentenced in May with three other Lulzsec hackers after he pleaded guilty to one of his charges today.
After robbers stole broke into Walmart's video service Vudu's offices in March, the company reset customer passwords today.