Fake Tupac story: the PBS NewsHour website took down a fake Tupac story that they say was posted by hackers.
Many French have leapt to defend former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn after his arrest for allegedly raping a hotel maid in NYC. This rush to defend powerful men accused of sexual violence isn't uniquely French. It's a symptom of the deep-seated misogyny that exists around the globe.
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Security experts are confused about who is behind the far-reaching cyber attacks, as both Kremlin foes and officials are among those targeted.
Newly leaked US cables accuse Indonesia President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of spying on his opponents and paying off judges to protect allegedly corrupt allies.
From Twitter to WikiLeaks, we must balance openness and safety.
A Christian Science perspective: A defense against cyberwar is a defense against fear.
Tracing the history of cyberespionage and cyberwarfare from the invention of the Internet up to the targeted attacks on US banks by an Islamic hacktivist group.
Stakes rose this week for soldier Bradley Manning, now that charges against him in the WikiLeaks case include a capital crime. But Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg sees cause for alarm in Army's prosecution.
Dr. Seuss's birthday – March 2 – has become a holiday of note around the world.