Trump says he doesn't know why his longtime attorney paid $130K to Stormy Daniels right before the election
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Twitter says it suspended 1.2 million accounts "for violations related to the promotion of terrorism" between August 2015 and December 2017.
US Special Operations Command: In an information age where Russian troll farms tried to divide America with fake news on social media, combating misinformation was the theme of this years Sovereign Challenge
U.S. plans to sanction Russian oligarchs this week: sources
Adminstrators of two Facebook pages booked for allegedly spreading fake news about youth's killing in Handwor
Australia investigating if Facebook broke privacy law by disclosing data to Trump-linked consulting firm
Facebook deletes a number of troll accounts and groups including the Moscow mayor's office
Delta Air Lines says one of its partners was the victim of a cyber breach; payment information for some Delta passengers may have been accessed. No details given.
Facebook believes information of up to 87 million people, mostly in the U.S., may have been improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica
In Russia, the first criminal case was initiated because of the re-post in Telegram
Zuckerberg says Facebook has shut down accounts of 270 Russian internet trolls.
Zuckerberg set for Congressional grilling as lawmakers investigate privacy breaches and whether or not Facebook was weaponized to undermine democracy
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before House Energy and Commerce Committee on April 11
Facebook and Instagram ban 135 Russian troll accounts over meddling
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Police detained several "Telegram" supporters, who were rallied in support of application
The deadline for set by Russia's media watchdog for the Telegram messaging service to hand over encryption keys is due to expire today.
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Four U.S. Gas Pipeline Data Systems Shut Down as Cyberattack Hits
Unidentified hackers have been attacking users of South Korea's two major portals in recent months to get their passwords and other personal information, an industry source said
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
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.
"Kaspersky Lab": Russian news sites distributed banking virus
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.
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: 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.
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FCC approves SpaceX plan for 4,425-satellite broadband network