The Electronic Frontier Foundation has released its annual report on online service providers' practices when it comes to protecting users' privacy and data from government access, and it should not come as a total surprise that Verizon and MySpace are at the bottom of the list.
Despite Mandiant's prediction that the release of their report on the attack methodology of the so-called APT1 (or "Comment Crew") cyber espionage group would lead to them changing their attack techniques and consequently make them harder to track in the future, it seems that the group laid has bucked the expectations.
The FBI is pushing for a new legislation aimed at pressuring tech companies to create ways for law enforcement officials to be able to wiretap popular communication channels that they currently have no access to, reports The Washington Post.
The Spanish National Police has arrested a 35-year-old Dutch citizen that is suspected of being one of the individuals behind the recent massive DDoS attack launched against Spamhaus, an organization that tracks spam-related activity and provides a blacklist of IP blocks used by known spamming outfits for various anti-spam filters.
There's finally some good news for CISPA opponents: according to a representative of the U.S.
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