Hackable webcams are the ultimate privacy compromise.
Aside from simply apprehending criminals, it’s believed this new technology could help save lives.
Today, it seems like eyes are everywhere.
You can’t accuse the criminals in these stories of thinking small.
Silk Road, we hardly knew ye.
It’s best to be prepared.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón is asking major smartphone manufacturers Apple and Google to combat the growing problem with a beautifully simple suggestion: Give all phones a remote-activated kill switch.
Let’s say you’re a cyberthief who just compromised hundreds of bank accounts worth millions of dollars. Congratulations! You’re now the scourge of the global community. Now, all you need to do is get your hands on that money. How do you do that?
Here’s some unconventional market research. According to NBC New York, a pair of robbers stopped three different people recently, each near Columbia University in Manhattan. In each instance they demanded that the person hand …
Next time you leave your home for any appreciable length of time, whatever you do, don’t tell the Internet. A new study has revealed that an unsettling 78% of burglars use social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare to choose just where they’re going to break in next.
That’s not the only way that burglars have started using …
Watch what you say on the Internet, because it really could get you killed.
Two dead bodies were discovered hanging from a bridge in the Mexican town of Nuevo Laredo this week, accompanied by a placard with the message, “This is going to happen to all Internet snitches. Pay attention, I’m watching you.” It’s believed the two were …
The future of law enforcement is…the future.
Cops in Santa Cruz, CA have started using a mathematical algorithm that predicts when and where crimes will occur, the aim being to have police officers on the scene before anything actually happens. Somewhat surprisingly, five people have been arrested as a result of the program and …