If passed into law, legislation would permit court to order social networks to remove content that incites to violence from their sites.
Sensitive information, including social security numbers, of current and former U.S. sailors hacked; 'no evidence to suggest misuse of the information,' Navy says.
Russian law requires websites that store personal data of Russian citizens to do so on Russian servers, something that LinkedIn, headquartered in the U.S., has not done.
The online encyclopedia locks the Hebrew-language entry for lawmaker David Bitan for edits after adjectives surge in page.
Government-backed hackers unlikely to be behind hitchhike on Internet of Things devices, says Flashpoint business intelligence firm.
Critics say bill, which would hold social media responsible for censoring incitement to terror, makes impossible demands.
YouTube and Facebook are among the sites deploying systems to block or rapidly take down Islamic State videos and other similar material.
Fred Kaplan's 'Dark Territory,' on key cyber warfare incidents in the last 30 years, offers some tasty tidbits about Israel, that self-declared cyber powerhouse.
Israeli cybersecurity company traced Gazan malware designer after he forgot to erase the properties on a Word document.
The East Jerusalem men, one of whom allegedly tried to join Islamic State in Syria, are accused of acquiring materials to construct a bomb that was to target an Israeli security vehicle.