The Dutch son-in-law of one of Russia’s richest men was sentenced on Tuesday to 30 days in prison and fined $20,000 for lying to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators about contacts with an official in President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign

Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

26 April 2018
Trump says he doesn't know why his longtime attorney paid $130K to Stormy Daniels right before the election
U.S. State Department concerned by Malaysia's 'fake news' bill
The Dutch son-in-law of one of Russia’s richest men was sentenced on Tuesday to 30 days in prison and fined $20,000 for lying to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators about contacts with an official in President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign
Malaysia outlaws 'fake news'; sets jail of up to six years
Russia says Czech extradition of alleged hacker to USA may hurt ties
3 week ago
Telegram will not provide the FSB with encryption keys, as it is technically impossible
Iranian news site reports the country will block the Telegram messenger service for reasons of national security.
A Russian man on Friday pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked three U.S. technology companies, potentially compromising personal details of more than 100 million users, including on LinkedIn, after being extradited from the Czech Republic.
3 week ago
"Kaspersky Lab": Russian news sites distributed banking virus
3 week ago
Kazakhstan will ban any kind of mining crypto-currency - the head of the National Bank
Czech Justice Ministry confirms to Reuters that alleged Russian hacker Yevgeny Nikulin extradited to United States. "We confirm extradition to the United States," a spokeswoman said in a text message.
[email protected]: We've seen Russia again and again misinform, use disinformation, claiming that little green men went into Ukraine, denying responsibility for the downing of MH17. Russia is known for its disinformation campaigns.
FCC approves SpaceX plan for 4,425-satellite broadband network
Under Armour reports data breach affecting 150 million users of MyFitnessPal
Malaysian central bank says foiled attempted cyber-heist
Indian police have questioned 25 people, including students and tutors, over the leaked exam papers
4 week ago
UK's information commissioner welcomes Facebook's move to shut down its partner category service, using third party data
4 week ago
Pro Russia activist @Johanbek indicted by Finnish prosecutor for harassing and persecuting reporter @JessikkaAro at broadcaster YLE in Finland 2014-2016, after she started investigating Russian internet trolls and info operations
4 week ago
Durov: Power outage at a @telegram server cluster causing issues in Europe. Working to fix it from our side, but a lot depends on when the datacenter provider puts the power equipment in order.
4 week ago
Telegram is down on the territory of the European part of Russia, as well as the Netherlands, Italy, Thailand, Slovakia and Ukraine
Boeing calls for "all hands on deck" as its hit with Ransomware WannaCry virus that "is metastasizing rapidly" and may affect plane production
Ecuador cutting off WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's communications outside London embassy
4 week ago
President Putin says social media is being used to "sow panic and mistrust" regarding the deadly fire in Kemerovo.
4 week ago
Suspended CEO of Cambridge Analytica Alexander Nix will appear before UK parliamentary committee - likely to take place April 17
Indian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has sought information from Facebook over alleged data leak, and has sought details by 7th April
Indian Government issues fresh notice to Facebook on data leak issue amidst Cambridge Analytica global controversy; asks it to file reply by 7th April 2018
Facebook announces new steps to protect users' privacy
4 week ago
Singapore invites rights group to fake news hearing as dispute grows
A "threatening robo call" prompted Cupertino High School to carry out an emergency evacuation Tuesday afternoon. All classes and activities have been canceled for the remainder of the day.
4 week ago
British spies to launch a counter-propaganda war against Russia, use social media to "disrupt misinformation" - UK's Telegraph
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