Russia has its sights set on Google for failing to remove alleged illegal content, but the company has fired back with a lawsuit.
Russian communications authority, Roskomnadzor, says it is slowing down access to Twitter as the platform failed to remove “illegal content”.
According to The Washington Post, the Russian government got hackers to breach a handful of US government agencies.
The fake accounts are said to have posed as journalists, having amassed 59 000 followers on Facebook and 2 000 followers on Instagram.
The company believes the increased activity is due to the upcoming congressional elections in November.
By 2019 all Kaspersky Lab user data will be housed in Switzerland.
UK and US authorities are accusing Russia of trying to lay the groundwork for future cyber attacks.
Yellow dots invisible to the naked eye led to the arrest of an NSA leaker.
On the anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, SA gov’s nuclear deal with Russia goes up in smoke.
The two countries will meet so that they don’t mistakenly blame each other for a cyber attack.
Since a single page can’t be blocked, the entire Russian language Wikipedia website is dark.
New report says wind power in China outstripped nukes for 2014 and raises alarm about Russian investment in South Africa.
Somebody needs to know which buttons to press.
Instead of having the LGBT rainbow overlaid on profile pictures, many conservative Russians have opted to overlay the country’s flag instead.
Russia is planning to restart its space tourist flights to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2018.
And there has been 6.2 billion malicious attacks on user computers and mobile devices.
Jared Rheeders, Matthew Whyte and Rueben Pretorius came fourth place overall in the competition.