The Nigerian Army has been repeatedly accused of killing innocent civilians in their war against Boko Haram, but military officials maintain that the troops have acted appropriately.
Philosophy professor Michael Lynch says that privacy violations erode individuals' rights to autonomously make their own decisions and exercise individual power.
Do you use Tor browser, two-factor authentication, or a VPN? Do you know what those things are? With data breaches commonplace and digital surveillance on the rise, there's no better time to find out if your own private information is shielded from prying eyes. Take our quiz designed in partnership with the Mozilla Foundation and the Center for Democracy and Technology to find out how to secure yourself against a growing number of threats online.
Meetings between NATO and the Russian Federation were suspended following the conflict in eastern Ukraine and Russia's annexation of Crimea. Does Wednesday's meeting represent substantive progress?
On the latest edition of the Cybersecurity Podcast, RSA's chief strategy officer makes industry forecast and Raytheon's Jack Harrington talks about defending US networks and how to recruit new talent to the field.
Kenneth Rendell has spent more than 50 years collecting World War II artifacts. More than 7,500 objects are on display in Natick, Mass.
As events gather pace in Britain to celebrate another birthday of their beloved monarch, Americans, too, are mesmerized. What lies behind the US fascination with the British royal family?
Reporters Without Borders, a media watchdog, has worked to quantify media independence for 15 years. Freedom of the press is declining, they say in a report released Wednesday.
The rapid rise in computer attacks that encrypt files until victims pay off cybercriminals can be avoided if organizations take necessary precautions.
Since hospitals store sensitive patient information, and often rely on outdated software and legacy computer systems, experts say they are especially susceptible to a wave of cyberattacks that encrypt data until victims pay ransoms.
A special United Nations session on global drug policy, the first since 1998, is set to review the international drug war while addressing shifts toward more lenient narcotics laws in several of its member states.
Two recently found pieces of debris are almost certainly from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, but they cannot be used to trace the plane's crash site.