Hackers took control of home security cameras and video recorders to launch one of the biggest Internet attacks in history this month. The unprecedented attack raised questions about how the Internet will cope with a flood of connected and vulnerable devices expected to come online in the next few years. From the Wall Street Journal.
You may not use your Myspace account anymore, but the site's servers still have your personal data from when you did. That's why a recent hack that reportedly compromised 360 million Myspace accounts is a really big deal. From Newsy.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden got a surprising shoutout from none other than the former U.S. attorney general. From Newsy.
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