Internet

CIA launches official Tor site to communicate on dark web

by Billy Mitchell • 5 months ago

The agency launched a website Tuesday on the dark web's Tor network to give people a new and more secure way to get in contact and report information.

The Library of Congress has decided to stop collecting all your tweets

by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier • 2 years ago

The library will only archive tweets "on a very selective basis" come the new year.

China’s cyber czar replaced by deputy

by Shaun Waterman • 3 years ago

The powerful head of China's cybersecurity and internet censorship agency has stepped aside in favor of his deputy, according to a brief announcement by the state news agency.

Americans don’t trust companies with their data, but give it up anyway

by Greg Otto • 4 years ago

Americans seem to be of the opinion that in order to be a consumer on the Internet, they have to have to sacrifice their data. How they feel about that sacrifice is tougher to pin down.

Microsoft ending support for older versions of Internet Explorer

by Greg Otto • 4 years ago

​Microsoft will be pulling the plug on support for older versions of Internet Explorer browser next week, pushing a patch that will nag users to move toward an updated browser or risk security flaws.

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