How about information technologies become agents of peace instead of sources of conflict?
Some are doubting the U.S. caused Monday's 10-hour Internet blackout in North Korea.
China is possibly gathering information on U.S. plans in the region.
Hackers were stealing data between mid-August and mid-September, the office supplies retailer said.
North Korea vowed "counteraction" after the U.S. blamed Pyongyang for the Sony hack.
The actions "fall outside the bounds of acceptable state behavior,” the FBI said.
The 2012 Republican presidential nominee tweeted hours after Sony pulled the film.
The film will not appear in thousands of theaters after hackers warned of 9/11-style attacks.
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It's the "first public court challenge" to the NSA's Internet surveillance.
Sen. Ron Johnson will head the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
The Senate Democrat is pushing a bill to ban guaranteed government access to electronic devices.
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) reached out to Sony to help inform new data security laws.
It's unclear if North Korea is involved.
Users have been flooding the site to rate the shelved film.
Chinese cooperation is no sure thing, however.
Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) wants to "know the full threat of cyber warfare."
President Obama on Thursday signed five cybersecurity bills into law.
The Sony hackers revealed Snapchat's business strategies in an email dump.
Officials didn't object to a scene depicting the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
"Remember the 11th of September 2001," the hackers declared.
Prices for stolen identities are on the rise, but so is the customer service.
A police raid recently took down The Pirate Bay, which hosts pirated content.
The hackers are going after energy companies, defense contractors and universities.