In a letter to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, 187 scholars say Japan's wartime history has become 'distorted by nationalist invective' at a time of growing regional tensions.
Victims rarely know anything about their predators. Yet the thieves know absolutely everything about them.
Services that monitor credit reports and help protect consumers from fraud are proliferating. But are the fees they charge worth it, and can they really guard against identity theft?
Criminals can buy and sell your Social Security Number and the most intimate details of your personal life on sophisticated Internet forums.
In a Passcode survey, a group of more than 90 experts from across government, the private sector and privacy advocacy community call for surveillance reforms.
'Your laptop should be encrypted, your disk drive should be encrypted, your mobile should be encrypted,' said Cerf, Google’s chief Internet evangelist, at a talk in Washington this week.
The reward raises the question of whether money is enough to motivate individuals to turn in dangerous terrorists.
In renovating and reopening the Ninawa International Hotel in Mosul for its members, the Islamic State group is furthering its propaganda and giving the world a glimpse into its financial success.