A hacker with the Syrian Electronic Army disputes new reports that surfaced on Saturday claiming the group targeted the water supply of the Israel town of Haifa.
The Twitter account for the London bureau of ITV News was compromised on Friday just a few days after the social network service rolled out extra security meant to prevent such attacks.
Facebook is testing a video feature for its photo sharing social network Instagram similar in function to Twitter’s Vine.
The Syrian Electronic Army has claimed responsibility for an attack on the website and Twitter feed of the Financial Times newspaper on Friday.
The four-man hacking collective comprised of university students has successfully launched attacks against big name media companies for “distorting the facts” about the Syrian civil war.
The Justice Department seized phone records for several AP reporters last year in a move that is raising concerns of government intrusion and overreach in private news gathering practices.
A local radio presenter in Britain was removed from the air after listeners became concerned that she may have been intoxicated.
Problems continue to plague Bloomberg and its prized financial information terminals.
ABC will begin rolling out a live stream of its network signal to iPhone and iPad users in New York City and Philadelphia later this week.
The social network joins Apple, Google and other prestigious tech companies on the annual Fortune list.