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MIT students exploit blockchain vulnerability to steal 25 million dollars

Two MIT students have been implicated in a highly sophisticated cryptocurrency heist, where they reportedly exploited a vulnerability in the Ethereum blockchain to steal...

DOJ accuses Google of destroying key evidence in landmark antitrust case

In the final day of arguments in the Google anti-trust case, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has accused the tech giant of destroying...

Founders of cryptocurrency firm charged with laundering over $100 million

In a major crackdown on cryptocurrency-related crimes, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York has announced charges against Keonne Rodriguez...

Silicon Valley tech founder sentenced to prison for fraud

In a significant shake-up in Silicon Valley, Manish Lachwani, co-founder and former CEO of the mobile app-testing company HeadSpin, which was once valued over...

Canadian police need a search warrant to get your IP address: Supreme Court

An IP address is the key to unlocking a user's internet identity the court's majority

One billion dollar copyright infringement killed on appeal

The $1 billion copyright infringement verdict against Cox Communications was overturned by a federal appeals court, which ruled that Cox did not directly profit...

Concerns raised about National Security Agency purchasing American’s personal data from brokers

A US Senator, Ron Wyden, has raised concerns about the National Security Agency (NSA) purchasing Americans' personal data, including their internet browsing habits, from...

eBay’s harassment ordeal ends in $3 million fine

eBay has been fined a staggering $3 million, the maximum criminal penalty, for a shocking harassment campaign against David and Ina Steiner, the Massachusetts...

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