Chat logs and internal recriminations dating back 13 months were released to the public after ransomware-as-a-service group Conti declared it stood behind Putin in Ukraine.
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Beijing has promised the world’s top athletes access to a partially unfettered internet during the Winter Games, but security experts say there are reasons to exercise caution.
An investigation has found a key piece of evidence underpinning U.S. warnings that Huawei products pose a national security risk for any countries that use them.
The lead researcher on the paper, a retired intelligence officer, said details of some contracts may suggest officials were investigating a new human disease in the latter half of 2019.
Companies with large pools of user data now need approval for listings abroad.
The moves follow the lead of protesters in Hong Kong, Belarus and elsewhere who have found creative ways around government internet restrictions.
The website of the New Zealand Stock Exchange slowed to a crawl on a Tuesday afternoon in August. It was so badly throttled that the exchange couldn’t post market announcements, as required by financial regulators. So with an hour left for trading, management shut ...
In Singapore, public support for a contact tracing app took a hit after authorities disclosed in January that police had used the app’s data in a murder investigation.
Facebook, Google and Twitter are headed toward a showdown with China that could end up making Hong Kong feel more like Beijing.
Police made their first arrests last week under a sweeping new security law imposed by China, taking 10 protesters into custody.