Ukraine has pinned a major cyberattack on Russia, and the malware involved is built to do serious damage.
Officials say early indications suggest Russia was behind the cyberattack.
Dozens of protesters and 12 police died during extraordinarily violent demonstrations in Kazakhstan that saw government buildings stormed and set ablaze, authorities said Thursday. One police officer was found beheaded in escalating unrest that poses a growing challenge to authoritarian rule in the Central Asian nation.
The country's communications watchdog has registered the platform as an 'audiovisual service.'
A Russian court levied a 7.2 billion rouble ($98 million) fine against Alphabet on Friday for what it claims are repeated failures by the company to delete illegal content from its services.
The increasingly warm relations between China and Russia are raising eyebrows, as well as the potential stakes, across the Western world, but the tensions with Washington have been building for months.
UK household bills are set to jump sharply next April, when Ofgem’s review of the price cap comes in.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday that members of the NATO military alliance were threatening Russia by expanding activity in Ukraine, the Kremlin said.
Russia is amassing troops on the Ukrainian border, but experts disagree over whether strength or diplomacy is the best tacit to prevent an invasion.
During the White House press briefing on Tuesday, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said President Biden told President Vladimir Putin that if Russia invades Ukraine, the U.S. would respond with “strong economic measures.”
He and his assistant will be the first tourists on the space station in over a decade.
Apple wants a judicial review of a Russian ruling letting App Store developers tell customers about alternative payment systems.
On the same day Reuters published a report on how NSO spyware may have been used to target State Department officials, the Biden administration announced the US would work with other countries to limit the export of surveillance software and other technologies to authoritarian governments.
The company recently shut down another 3,465 accounts linked to state information campaigns.
With roughly 100,000 Russian troops amassed near the border with Ukraine, warships in the nearby Black Sea, and Russian tanks coming from the north, fears that Russian President Vladimir Putin is set to launch an invasion continue to grow inside the former Soviet republic and among NATO allies.
The company faces a fine and a temporary suspension of services if it's found to have violated the law.
Russia told 13 tech companies to set up official presences in the country by the end of 2021, including Apple, Google, Meta and TikTok.
The U.S. has to catch up with Russia and China on hypersonic missile technology, a Space Force general said.
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The Bundesnetzagentur said Nord Stream 2, which was set to begin operations this year, failed to organise an operator recognised under German law, sending gas prices higher.
On Monday, astronauts on the International Space Station had to seek safety aboard their transport craft when the station passed uncomfortably close to a field of orbital debris
The US has joined a worldwide cybersecurity agreement after turning it down for years.
Researchers have learned of a 'cybermercenary' group, Void Balaur, that has been hacking political and business targets since 2015.
Officials also seized $6 million from another alleged member of the collective.
Nobelium attempted 23,000 attacks since July but had a low success rate, according to Microsoft.
The US Commerce Department has announced new rules related to the export and resale of cyber intrusion software.