The U.S. Attorney General said the Justice Department would strengthen its policies regarding the collection of records belonging to journalists and lawmakers.
A technical problem forced Oakland television station KTVU off the air for several hours early Monday morning.
Lawyers for CNN turned over a limited number of e-mails from an account used by one of its reporters in order to settle a protracted legal battle with federal prosecutors.
The Justice Department issued subpoenas for records related to journalists at the New York Times in order to learn anonymous sources, the newspaper said.
A crippling cyberattack disrupted broadcast systems used by dozens of television and radio stations owned by Cox Media Group on Thursday.
Mucisians say the project amounts to surveillance on the streamer’s customers.
Two scammers managed to use real employee ID numbers to siphon hundreds of thousands of dollars from AT&T customer accounts.
Computer researchers say a fake Netflix app called “FlixOnline” was actually malware designed to hijack WhatsApp accounts on Android devices.
The Mozilla Foundation says it will stop distributing a version of its Firefox browser for certain Amazon devices by the end of this month.
The attack was discovered last month when Atlantic Media discovered an intrusion in some of its computer systems.