Thursday, Jun 20 06:28 AM
Thursday, Jun 20 05:43 AM
Pirate Bay founder sentenced to 2 years in Sweden hacking case
By Veronica Ek STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A co-founder of file-sharing website Pirate Bay was sentenced to two years in jail on Thursday for hacking into computers at a company that manages data for Swedish authorities and making illegal online money transfers, a court said. Gottfrid Svartholm Warg was extradited to Sweden last year from Cambodia to begin a one-year jail sentence after being convicted in 2009 of internet piracy. He was then charged by authorities as part of the separate hacking investigation. ...
Thursday, Jun 20 06:19 AM
Hacking threat and tougher data laws promise insurance boom
By Chris Vellacott LONDON (Reuters) - For European insurers frustrated that "cyber crime" policies have so far failed to find a ready market among skeptical companies, hope may be at hand. Not only has a huge data loss by Sony Corp dramatically illustrated the risks of hacking raids on corporate data, but the European Union is working on regulatory requirements which threaten heftier fines on unprepared companies. ...
Wednesday, Jun 19 11:23 AM
Where Teens Go Instead of Facebook (and Why You Should Too)
Which new social media sites are hot, and why you might want to try them yourself, regardless of your age.