A German intelligence agency reportedly said the attack crossed the line from espionage to sabotage.
Telecommunications and internet service providers will now be required to store their customers' metadata for at least two years under laws that passed the Australian parliament with little opposition.
The government shares a list of 106 websites that were allegedly advertising sales of rare animals and their parts.
In an open letter, a pioneer of the online world warns that loopholes in EU regulations could spell the end for net neutrality.
One of the UK's most hallowed buildings -- and biggest tourist attractions -- is now open for a virtual tour.
The online petition has 3.7 million signatures, but all of them may not be real.
Google Trends shows a rapid rise in searches for information related to the UK's vote to leave the EU.
British and Australian MPs have given short shrift to the fundraising emails, which appear to breach US electoral rules.
New legislation calls for service providers to store metadata for up to six months, and expressing pro-terror sentiments online could get you jailed for up to seven years.
Prominent Brexiters have been backtracking on key promises made during the referendum. Now the campaign's homepage has erased links to those claims.