Jun 26, 2016

China tells search engines to ID paid results after man died

China has issued new regulations demanding that search engines clearly identify paid search results, months after a terminally ill cancer patient complained that he was misled by the giant search engine Baidu. Wei Zexi, a college student who died in April of a rare ...

A purr-fect union? Cats battle over Brexit on social media

Jun 23, 2016

A purr-fect union? Cats battle over Brexit on social media

The fur is flying on social media as Britons prepare to vote Thursday on whether the United Kingdom should remain in the European Union. The hashtags #CatsAgainstBrexit and #CatsForBrexit flooded Twitter this week, as pro- and anti-independence citizens tweeted feline photos and messages imploring ...

Jun 21, 2016

Chinese economic cyberespionage plummets in U.S.: experts

The Chinese government appears to be abiding by its September pledge to stop supporting the hacking of American trade secrets to help companies there compete, private U.S. security executives and government advisers said on Monday. FireEye Inc, the U.S. network security company best known ...

South Korea trains next generation of keyboard warriors

Jun 20, 2016

South Korea trains next generation of keyboard warriors

In one college major at Seoul’s elite Korea University, the courses are known only by number, and students keep their identities a secret from outsiders. The Cyber Defense curriculum, funded by the Defense Ministry, trains young keyboard warriors who get a free education in ...

Big in Japan? Faux Trump ad video goes viral

Jun 18, 2016

Big in Japan? Faux Trump ad video goes viral

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Donald Trump is tangling with Japan again. This time, the only nuclear weapons involved are the ones being launched in a viral video posing as a Japanese-made commercial for the Republican U.S. presidential candidate. The satirical video, created by American YouTube personality Mike Dahlquist, ...