Peres, Israel’s longest-serving politician and statesman, stepped down as the country’s president in 2014. He died Wednesday at the age of 93.
Media companies know that the online polls are easily rigged, but go ahead and use them anyways.
Two women who consider themselves independent voters attended their first Donald Trump rally Wednesday in Ohio. Here’s how it went.
The decision to move forward a ban on apps and websites with LGBT content comes amid a backlash against the LGBT community in Indonesia.
Russian hackers have threatened to release more files of US Olympic athletes in coming days.
“Do you really want that shitstorm? I don’t think you do,” one intelligence official told BuzzFeed News.
Sen. Ron Wyden will go to the Senate floor Thursday to try and force a debate on a court rule that allows for widespread government hacking.
Gabon has been under the longest country-wide internet blackout since Libya went dark during the Arab Spring in 2011.
Amid mounting concerns of foreign government hacking, Senate staffers sat through a 20 minute-long instructional video this week on best cybersecurity practices.
An Israeli company has been selling software to state governments that allows them to easily infiltrate an iPhone, according to a new report published Thursday.
“No one in the industry is incentivized to actually fix it.”
“We can’t say go to hell to Google or to technology. But we also cannot allow them to do everything they want to do.” BuzzFeed News’ Sheera Frenkel reports from Jakarta.
“If it were up to me, I would remove every single electronic voting machine in America.”
Cybersecurity firms say hackers are using a fake website to trick supporters of the Democratic Party weeks after the original breach was disclosed.
“I hope whoever comes from the Clinton campaign turns off their wi-fi and Bluetooth on their phones,” one young cybersecurity professional in Las Vegas for the Black Hat conference said.
DNC staffers and cybersecurity experts face the prospect that more emails may be to come.
The U.N.’s Human Rights Council passed a resolution condemning countries that limit access to the internet, over the opposition of China and Russia and with the support of Turkey.
In a series of tweets this week, Edward Snowden leveled unprecedented criticism of a Russian surveillance bill, calling it a “Big Brother Law.”
A cybersecurity firm released a report Monday concluding that they saw “a threat that is less voluminous but more focused, calculated, and still successful.”
The video, released by an ISIS-linked propaganda network, is the most explicit call to date asking that ISIS followers wage attacks in the West: “Kill them wherever you find them.”