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After being depicted as capable of hacking US drones and other weapons, Anonymous is lashing out at Activision.
According to a Downing Street source, PM David Cameron will consider requiring UK ISPs to block access to pornography websites.
After a ruling from the high court in the UK, British ISPs have begun blocking access to file sharing site The Pirate Bay.
Is North — of Iran-Contra affair infamy — the perfect spokesman for a game that sees hackers turning drones against Americans?
According to a study, religious websites contain triple the amount of malware threats than pornographic websites.
The high court on Monday has ruled that British ISPs like Sky and Virgin Media must block users from accessing the file-sharing website the Pirate Bay within weeks.
The US House of Representatives has passed CISPA, despite threat to veto by the White House..
The White House criticized the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act just before Congress is slated to debate it. Anonymous remains skeptical that Obama will honor his pledge.
Anonymous brought down F1's website Friday, pledging to force it down for the entire race weekend in support of Bahrain's "forgotten" protest movement.
For most hardcore gamers, the notion that Modern Warfare could be a training tool is laughable.
At the inaugural meeting of the Open Government Partnership in Brazil, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton details what she believes will become a new divide among nations - how open or closed their societies are.
The White House has come out against CISPA, the controversial cyber security bill that internet activists have dubbed the new SOPA.
Major League Gaming has partnered with CBS, giving it access to the network's brand, promotions and sponsorships.
The battle lines have been drawn over new legislation regulating the internet. But few seem to understand what exactly CISPA might do.
Anonymous hackers have begun attacking CISPA's corporate supporters in a wave of hacks.
SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, CISPA. The interest is finding no shortage of issues where it can use its new political influence.
In a video posted to YouTube by YourAnonMessage, an account associated with Anonymous, the group vows to fight a new cyber-intelligence act.
Anonymous has hacked more than 500 websites belonging to Chinese government-owned companies.
A piece of cyber security legislation passed in the house intelligence committee during last December's anti-SOPA clamor may soon become the internet's next arch enemy.
After two hacks by LulzSec Reborn, the latest iteration of LulzSec, the group's original members are facing legal consequences.