stories filed under: "hack"

Journalism

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
dnc, dnc hack, hack, journalism, news, russians

Companies:
wikileaks


Too Much Free Time

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
doj, fbi, hack, iphone, james comey, precedent, syed farook

Companies:
apple


(Mis)Uses of Technology

by Karl Bode


Filed Under:
hack, identity theft, irs


(Mis)Uses of Technology

by Karl Bode


Filed Under:
anonymity, attacks, fbi, hack, surveillance, tor

Companies:
carnegie mellon, tor


Privacy

by Karl Bode


Filed Under:
hack, internet of things, kids, logs, privacy, toys

Companies:
vtech


Say That Again

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
class action, damages, emails, hack, harm, lawsuit, sony hack

Companies:
sony, sony pictures


Politics

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
breach, cisa, cybersecurity, hack, john mccain


Copyright

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
1201, anti-circumvention, automotive, car, copyright, dmca, hack, hackers

Companies:
chrysler, gm


 

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Wednesday

11:47 ISP Feebly Tries To Defend Usage Caps By Comparing Them To...Oreos (41)
10:41 Oracle's 'Gamechanger' Evidence Really Just Evidence Of Oracle Lawyers Failing To Read (15)
10:36 Daily Deal: Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage (0)
09:34 Photographer Successfully DMCAs Trump Jr.'s Skittles Image (62)
08:31 Can Someone Explain To The RIAA That SOPA Didn't Actually Pass? (38)
06:16 AT&T Sues Nashville To Keep Google Fiber At Bay (34)
03:15 The Proper Channels For Whistleblowing Still Mostly A Good Way For Messengers To Get Shot (25)

Tuesday

23:08 Local Lawyers Challenge New Kuwaiti Law Creating Mandatory DNA Database Of All Citizens And Visitors (11)
16:15 Capcom Releases DRM For Street Fighter 5, Promptly Rolls It Back When It Screws Legitimate Customers (45)
14:37 Immigration Board Says You Can Be Deported For Copyright Infringement (30)
13:00 Techdirt Podcast Episode 92: Passwords Suck; What's Next? (2)
12:20 We QA Tested Vote2016() Against Last Night's Debate; No Code Changes Required (12)
11:44 Nigerian Government Officials Abusing Cybercrime Law To Silence Critical Journalists (4)
10:44 Trump Offers More Insight On His Cybersecurity Plans: 10-Year-Old Relatives Vs. 400-lb Bedroom Dwellers (115)
10:39 Daily Deal: Avantree PowerHouse 4 Port Fast USB Charging Station (0)
09:38 The Internet Of Poorly Secured Things Is Fueling Unprecedented, Massive New DDoS Attacks (50)
08:34 The EU's Proposed Copyright Directive Is Likely To Be A Wonderful Gift -- For US Internet Giants (20)
06:22 Verizon Claims Nobody Wants Unlimited Data, Wouldn't Be Profitable Anyway (26)
03:21 EFF White Paper Hopes To Educate Cops On The Difference Between An IP Address And A Person (52)

Monday

23:15 Chicago Cubs: With Success Comes Trademark Lawsuit Against Street Vendors (13)
16:35 CA Supreme Court Agrees To Review Appeals Court's Bludgeoning Of Section 230 And First Amendment (17)
14:44 Man Arrested For Parodying Police Department's Facebook Page Sues City, PD Over Rights Violations (30)
13:10 DHS Offers Its Unsolicited 'Help' In Securing The Internet Of Things (39)
11:43 Movie Theater Security Guards Assault Women, Claim They Were Pirating Movie (69)
10:40 New California Law Attempts To Fight Hollywood Ageism By Censoring Third-Party Websites (38)
10:35 Daily Deal: VPN Unlimited Subscription (2)
09:36 Traffic Is Fake, Audience Numbers Are Garbage, And Nobody Knows How Many People See Anything (80)
08:34 The Weird Psychology Of People Fighting Those Who Resell Their Products (47)
06:33 Congressional Rep Mike Honda Sues Challenger Ro Khanna For CFAA Violation Over Access To His Donor List (18)
03:36 NSA Zero Day Tools Likely Left Behind By Careless Operative (27)
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