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An underground Web site, with more than 27,000 members and hosting more than 2,000 explicit videos of minors, is shuttered with 14 of its alleged operators arrested.
Where else but Comic-Con would you find Sonic Screwdrivers at a Sabbath table? A Shabbat "un-networking event" that got its start at SXSW comes to the massive geek-fest.
Gary Atkinson's job is to make sure the Internet of Things becomes the next big thing for chip designer ARM.
After four years, Alex Rainert is saying goodbye to the place-based social network he helped conceive.
Devise a fake you that is close enough to the real you for friends to recognize, but that doesn't disclose personal information to strangers.
Media finds weird news impossible to resist, even when it sounds too silly to be true. But it can fool people especially easily when coming from a place like Japan, birthplace of wacky trends.
Insanely popular with kids, the question-and-answer service thrives on anonymity, making it fun and dangerous.
We now know that the NSA uses something called PRISM to monitor private Web data. Sounds like "1984." What does it really mean?
Some information for users of the social networks was captured when hackers attacked the customer support service.
It may not be the perfect security solution, but two-factor authentication reduces the risks associated with common Web activities -- from searching to social networking to online banking.