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Was Beto O’Rourke an infamous hacker? No

A report from Reuters Friday revealed that presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke was once a member of an infamous hacking group during his youth. But it’s not as dramatic as you may think. The Texas Democrat, who recently announced his bid for the presidency, is reported to have belonged to “The Cult of the

Consumer protection services falter during government shutdown

Federal websites meant to protect American consumers remain unavailable amid the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. The services, which are offered on websites associated with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC), were originally shuttered on Dec. 28. Aside from the FTC’s Twitter account becoming inactive, websites such

U.S. will try DM sliding to fight Russian election interference

The United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), the part of the military tasked with conducting offensive cyber operations, is attempting to stop Russian operatives from interfering in American elections by sending them direct messages, the New York Times reports. Certain USCYBERCOM members have been permitted to identify, track, and send warnings to

A sketchy tech company can track any smartphone in the U.S. within seconds

A phone service from a company that monitors calls made by inmates can be used to track almost anyone in the United States. A former sheriff in Mississippi County, Missouri, allegedly used a product from Securus Technologies, a company that provides phone calls to thousands of jails and prisons across the