At a day-long workshop on drones and privacy, researchers from the Federal Trade Commission showed they were able to hack into three different off-the-shelf drones, all less than $200.
Donald Trump escalated his blunt public challenge to U.S. intelligence agencies, appearing to embrace WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's contention that Russia did not hack the DNC.
The U.S. Labor Department is trying to bar Google from doing business with the federal government unless the internet company turns over confidential information about thousands of its employees.
As bad as the past year was, we may look back a year from now, at the end of 2017, and think the major hacks of 2016 were not so bad. Experts predict cybercrime is going to get worse before it gets better.
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