24 States Have Been Invited To The Justice Department's Meeting On Whether Tech Companies Are Biased
Attorneys general from California, Louisiana, and Texas are attending, those states have told BuzzFeed News.
Attribution of the attack to North Korea was viewed skeptically at the time. But the indictment this week of North Korea for the hack may lift that skepticism.
The US Has Accused North Korea Of Hacking Sony Hours After Trump Tweeted “Thank You To Chairman Kim”
The Department of Justice has issued a massive complaint alleging years of hacking by a North Korean spy.
The Justice Department announced an investigation of social media regulation as Infowars' Alex Jones protests his banning from Facebook and YouTube.
The decision to block foreign internet traffic from its voter hub is just the latest controversy to touch the state's voting procedures.
“You seem to not be thinking logically about anything.”
Reps from up to a dozen of the US's biggest tech companies plan to meet in San Francisco to discuss efforts to counter manipulation of their platforms.
A day's worth of hacking confusion stems from a well-meaning tech startup trying to help the Michigan Democratic Party.
Reality Winner — The NSA Analyst Who Leaked Evidence Of Russian Election Hacking — Has Been Sentenced To Five Years
Winner faced up to 10 years in prison.
Unlike Russia's US influence campaigns, the Iranian operations mostly mimicked beliefs and personas from the American left.
Microsoft Just Took Down Six Phishing Domains The Russian Government Was Using To Target US Politics
It's the 12th such takedown in the past two years, the company said.
Veteran hackers have tried for years to get the world to notice flaws in voting machines. Now that they’ve got it, they have to wrestle with scaring people away from voting.
According to a newly released State Department cable, the attack was part of a Russian campaign to sow disinformation about NATO. It came as Russia allegedly was stealing Democrats' emails.
West Virginia Wants To Put Its Vote On The Blockchain. That's Either A Win Or A Disaster For Democracy.
Sixteen voters from two counties cast their ballots in West Virginia's May primaries by app. The state's secretary of state would like to expand that to the entire state.
A Senator Claims That Russian Hackers Are In Florida's Voter Systems. Local Officials Are Skeptical.
Sen. Bill Nelson said Russian hackers are "right now" in Florida computers, but state election officials say they've heard nothing from the federal government.
The heads of all the government agencies with election security responsibilities appeared at a White House briefing Thursday, but no one said they were in charge.
It's not clear that Finney County, Kansas, was specifically targeted, but a malware attack in July took down all its computers, including its voting systems.
The FBI's Foreign Influence Task Force was announced eight months ago. It hasn't been heard from since.
Six days after the US charged 12 Russian hackers with stealing and leaking DNC emails, a Microsoft executive says the same agency is targeting the midterm elections.
Russians hacked a Democratic Party computer in September 2016, probably looking for details on likely Clinton voters.