Volkswagen said a third party may have obtained the information of about 3.3 million customers or potential buyers in a Friday letter, according to reports.
McDonald's on Friday disclosed limited details of a data breach that may have exposed some customer data.
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Barstool Sports founder and CEO Dave Portnoy told "Varney & Co." on Thursday that he thought Bitcoin was a “Ponzi scheme” when the cryptocurrency was first introduced, but he “certainly” wouldn't say it “is a scam now.”
More than 20 civil rights groups are demanding Amazon "permanently" divest its surveillance technology and end its relationship with law enforcement.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., demands answers from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Dr. Anthony Fauci on censoring coronavirus origins.
Democrats in the House of Representatives are reportedly getting ready to unleash a legislative assault on the country’s largest tech companies.
Top House Republicans penned a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg demanding to see emails between him and government officials over COVID censorship on its platform.
TikTok quietly changed its U.S. privacy policies last week allowing the app to collect biometric data.
CEO Joseph Blount: We are deeply sorry for the impact this attack had.
The city's Cyber Command, which monitors more than 100 government agencies and offices, first detected the breach on Saturday.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google agreed to pay French regulators a fine of nearly $270 million, settling one of the first antitrust cases globally that allege the tech company abused its leading role in the digital advertising sector.
U.S. tech giants could benefit from the agreement of the Group of Seven rich countries' agreement to create a global minimum 15% corporate tax rate if the final deal also scraps increasingly popular digital services taxes, according to industry lobbyists.
Apple Inc, facing accusations from rivals that it has too much control over its App Store, on Monday outlined plans to increase user privacy and keep consumer data out of other companies' hands, laying out features including expanded video conferencing and storing virtual government IDs on iPhones.
The Department of Justice announced on Monday that investigators were able to recover most of the ransom paid to hackers who interrupted operations at Colonial Pipeline last month.
Navistar International Corporation has learned of a "credible potential cybersecurity threat" to its information technology system that has extracted certain data.
U.S. officials on Sunday ratcheted up pressure on companies and foreign adversaries to fight cybercriminals, and said President Joe Biden is considering all options, including a military response, to counter the growing threat.
Facebook Vice President Nick Clegg on Sunday defended the two-year ban of former President Donald Trump and argued that to deal with issues of political speech, hatred and violence, lawmakers should look to pass regulations instead of breaking up the social media company.
Hackers accessing a single remote account were able to interrupt operations at Colonial Pipeline, one of the largest pipeline systems for refined oil products in the U.S., a cybersecurity expert says.
Users searching on Microsoft-created search engine Bing for an image of the “Tank Man” from the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989 are finding no results generating concerns about censorship.