At a time when Chinese President Xi Jinping is in the spotlight for inking a landmark deal with the US barring economic espionage, a new report released Wednesday shows that he may be giving his security and intelligence agencies a larger role in helping Beijing hack foreign companies.
The grounds for the appeals court ruling are still unclear, but the new trial will be held in a criminal court.
Some Latin American countries are telling couples not to have children for months, even years, putting the Roman Catholic Church's anti-birth control teachings in a tough spot.
In Asan, South Korea, one woman is tackling the dog meat industry by adopting one furry companion at a time.
The Australian high court ruled Wednesday in favor of government policy interning asylum seekers in offshore facilities. What does this mean?
Neighboring countries reacted negatively after North Korea announced its plans to launch a satellite into space this month.
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The new arrangement between European and US negotiators to replace Safe Harbor and ensure that data continues flowing across the Atlantic may not be strong enough to withstand likely legal challenges from privacy watchdogs.
While American and European negotiators reached a deal to replace the invalidated Safe Harbor data transfer agreement, the agreement may not be strong enough to satisfy European privacy advocates concerns about US spy agency snooping.
Older Americans are making a difference in 'encore careers.'
The ongoing investigation into a cyberattack that experts have linked to a December blackout in Ukraine reveals how vulnerable other power suppliers are to malware attacks.
International experts suspect that the country's satellite rocket launches are meant to disguise ballistic missile tests banned by UN sanctions.