Nearly a year after a crippling hack, the studio's boss says he was distressed by how some people combed leaked emails for embarrassing information.
In a question-and-answer session at Facebook's headquarters, Indian prime minister discusses governing through social media and expanding Internet access.
The social-networking giant has begun lobbying the United Nations, saying Internet access is a fundamental human right.
Almost three quarters of women online have been exposed to some form of cyberviolence, says a new UN report.
Edward Snowden, the NSA contractor who leaked documents to the press, wants the United Nations to pass a proposal to end mass snooping by governments and also protect whistle-blowers like himself.
The countries are in talks to prohibit first strikes against critical infrastructure, according to The New York Times. The negotiations could lead to first-ever arms-control deal for cyberspace.
What will our homes on Mars look like? If French 3D printing firm Fabulous has anything to do with it, like something out of a Moebius comic.
Responding to a report that it's laying off 10 percent of its staff, Samsung's CFO says the company is simply relocating workers.
The hack revealed the inner workings of the studio, as well as the personal information of more than 47,000 celebrities, freelancers, and current and former Sony employees.
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