Names, credit card data, addresses, and information on transactions as recent as yesterday are being sold online.
The right-wing media portrays a city under siege — but the city's real siege is from the federal government.
New research from Pew showed that lawmakers' social media use has nearly doubled since 2016.
Hackers took over some of Twitter's biggest accounts to solicit bitcoin on Wednesday.
Apps that harvest data, dark web marketplaces, and state surveillance are just some of the dangers LGBTQ people have to think about online.
The incident, which sparked a protest in the city of Allentown, is being investigated by the police.
The social media company said four different networks of accounts were removed for inauthentic coordinated behavior.
But one lawmaker had more tough questions for the company.
The feature will be tested on Android phones.
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The discredited video has been translated into more than a dozen languages and has spread across the non-English-speaking world.
Your chance of contracting COVID-19 increases if you’re in a group, and tear gas may make the illness worse.
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One woman could be seen pleading with the gunman and saying she had already been hit.
The slickly produced video has been viewed by millions, despite platforms' attempts to limit its spread.
The National Institutes of Health has given millions of dollars to scientists studying coronaviruses. That funding didn't cause the COVID-19 pandemic.
In less than a month, the baseless claim went from an obscure biohacking blog to the New York Post and RT.