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This could turn out to be history -- the first major act of cyberwar on a civilian population.
Ukraine's energy grid was hacked, and there was a blackout. Americans are now investigating if the hack caused the outage -- and if Russia launched the attack.
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Privacy vs. Security. The encryption debate reaches new heights.
The debate over terrorism and cell phone privacy might finally get its own official congressional review.
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Police say they can't hunt terrorists when they "go dark" using phone encryption.
New York's top prosecutor, citing last week's attacks in Paris, has put out a report laying out a plan to weaken phone privacy across the world to "defeat terrorism."
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Nintendo's new president is an old bean counter. And that's the stability Nintendo thinks it needs as it goes through a major shift.
Nintendo bets on stability as it assigns its new president: an all-business bean counter with a close understanding of the Americas.
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Add wireless technology to a high-powered sniper rifle, and this is what you get.
TrackingPoint's super expensive "guided-target" smart rifle can be hacked.
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This is #ISISchan. Anime nerds are trying to Google-bomb ISIS... with her.
Meet ISIS-chan. She's how nerds around the world are trying to silence violent ISIS terrorist propaganda.
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ISIS could make $500 million from oil this year. The U.S. is bombing that to smithereens.
ISIS rakes in maybe $40 million a month from oil alone. Americans are attempting to destroy this criminal enterprise by bombing trucks, refineries and storage tanks.
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This is why the Islamic State is such a huge threat.

ISIS has ditched Al-Qaeda's old model of relying on rich donors in the Arabian Gulf. Instead, the Islamic State is a self-funded powerhouse.
ISIS is the richest terrorist operation in history. Oil, extortion, taxes and bank looting all play a role. As long as it has land, the Islamic State will have billions of dollars of income.
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T-Mobile customers, sorry. Experian lost your data to hackers.
Experian lost data on 15 million T-Mobile customers. It let hackers break into its computer network.
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That IRS data theft gets worse.
On Monday, the IRS revealed that a criminal syndicate's massive theft of American taxpayer data was much worse than originally thought.
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Android text hack. It's Google's own Heartbleed bug.
Android phones can get infected by merely receiving a picture via text message, according to research published Monday.
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Don't worry about plane hackers -- yet.
Yes, hackers can remotely cut the engine of your 2014 Jeep Cherokee. No, they can't take down a plane.
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    I write about technology, keeping an eye on cyber security and privacy issues.
These are the absolute best cigars I've ever had. They're rolled by hand in an unairconditioned room by experienced Cubans. My favorite is named after the longtime (now retired) Miami Herald photographer Tim Chapman. If you order it, ask for "Tim's blend." But beware, you'll have to pronounce it "Teem."
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