Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to the campaign of a state attorney general who's just launched an antitrust probe of Google.
Nearly all of the top million most popular domains are not protected from "weaponized" email impersonation by hackers, according to a new study by email authentication service provider ValiMail.
Tech giants, including Twitter and Google, are testing the use of "trust indicators" to highlight news sources that meet certain quality and reliability standards to provide readers with more transparency.
Internet data breaches threaten billions of people's usernames and passwords, but bad actors find phishing is the most effective way to hijack their victims' online identities, according to researchers.
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