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 “I hope we put ourselves out of business,” said Charlie Smith, the pseudonymous head of Great Fire. And he was serious. After all this Chinese Internet monitoring watchdog GreatFire.org is no ordinary case. Started in 2011 by three...

The internet is a source of entertainment and education without equal in human history and the modern child is privileged to be able to access it at the click of a button or tap on the screen. That said like anything else in life the internet can als...

One dollar may not get you much these days, but it could buy you a stolen password to an Uber account and free car rides around town. Vendors on dark net sites such as AlphaBay, which often sell illegal products like drugs and counterfeit goods, are...

British Airways is the latest high-profile company to fall victim to a large-scale hack. The company confirmed on Sunday that a security breach affected tens of thousands of its users' frequent-flyer accounts. The UK-based airline told Mashable that...

 We need to (re)build trust: between the government and the public; between a company and its employees; between a company and its customers; between different private sector companies; and finally between the government and the private sector.

Ordinarily, the folks over at Family Handyman Magazine are a straight-laced bunch, but their slideshow 20 Secret Hiding Places shows that their practical creativity might be hiding something, such as fat stacks of cash. Read the rest...

The Intercept's Micah Lee explains how to use Diceware's to generate a passphrase that can survive the NSA's trillion-guess-per-second cracking attempts -- but which can still be easily memorized. Read the rest...