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"At least with the US government you know the rules it follows," said CloudFlare's CEO.
The company has already been served a contempt of court order for refusing to hand over the foreign data to the US government.
There are a number of quick and easy ways to improve your personal privacy and safety when using public Internet services.
Many of the routers are no longer supported by Huawei and won't be fixed, according to the security researcher who found the flaws.
Hackers used the Angler toolkit in order to take advantage of vulnerabilities in Flash, Java, and other browser plug-ins.
Privacy and anonymity are now paramount online -- so what do you need to know about one tool available, VPNs, to stay safe?
Suspending the privacy rules that govern European data in the US would be "unchartered territory," with many US services facing possible disruption.
The brokerage firm confirmed the attack, but said the focus of the attack was client contact details rather than financial information.
Updated: It's coming up to the end of the year. The leaves are turning, but the hacks keep on coming.
A massive 15GB data dump of user data is now open for the Internet to see.
Linux.Wifatch: A force for good or evil?
The latest round of vulnerabilities affects around one-in-five Android devices, say researchers. But they warn damage could run even deeper.
Over 20 new variants of the malware in the wild embedded in Android apps are able to root devices and compromise systems.
The buyout increases Cisco's strength in the security consultancy realm.
Some had believed Windows Update has been hacked or compromised.
Recently discovered security flaws should push users hanging on to the encryption system to make the move to a safer option.
A severe security flaw discovered in the WinRAR suite could allow hackers to compromise user systems.
NSA director said China had conducted more cyberattacks against the US than any other country, but hinted Russia was more skillful.
Malware creators are hijacking Microsoft Windows' infamous BSOD in a fresh malvertising campaign.
The Gaza cybercriminal gang is launching malware in targeted attacks against embassies and government agencies.