The FBI told Twitter an agent from China's Ministry of State Security was on its payroll, a Senate Judiciary Committee heard on Tuesday
Chinese hackers have been allowed to collect unprecedented amounts of information on US citizens, claimed writer Gordon G Chang
State internet shutdowns "cause significant inconvenience to local public at large," the Internet and Mobile Association of India said
Growth rate could now though slow due to government concerns that smartwatches are harmful to child development, reported the Nikkei
A cyber security report claimed the US had launched “tens of thousands” of cyberattacks on China and pilfered troves of sensitive data, the South China Morning Post said.
Korean tech conglomerate revealed an ‘unauthorised third party acquired information from some of Samsung's US systems'
The surveying and mapping law shows Beijing's concern over the mapping capabilities of "smart cars" and fear that data they collect may end up in the hands of hostile rivals.
"We will change [these old rules] promptly," Digital Affairs Minister Tara Kono was quoted as saying, as he outlined plans to move government data online.
The Cyberspace Administration of China also said it supports overseas listings, and that the aim is to ensure that data is not abused by foreign governments.
"We cannot and should not legitimise the use of an app which has been described by tech experts as `essentially Chinese Government spyware,`" said a letter by six politicians.
"This hack is a retaliation of the attacks on the Taiwan presidential website," said the post, with photos of Pelosi and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-Wen posted on the website.
Representative Jerrold Nadler, chair of the House judiciary committee, said that "three hostile foreign actors" had attacked the courts' document filing system