Women Say They Were Denied Jobs Because They Had 'Ghetto' NamesSeveral women are claiming they were discriminated against after receiving an email saying their "ghetto" name disqualified them from working at a Missouri company.
Facebook Takes Down Suspected Russian Network Of PagesFacebook has removed a network of accounts and pages involved in what it called "coordinated inauthentic behavior," the company said Tuesday.
New California Law Requires Voter Data Breach ReportingJournalists, researchers and political campaigns that receive voter data must tell California officials if it may have been stolen under a new law Gov. Jerry Brown announced he signed Monday.
US Unveils New Russia Sanctions Over CyberattacksThe US Treasury Department has imposed fresh sanctions on five Russian entities and three individuals, including a firm that's controlled by Russia's Federal Security Service.
Hacker Gets 5 Years for Russian-Linked Yahoo Security BreachA young computer hacker who prosecutors say unwittingly worked with a Russian spy agency was sentenced to five years in prison Tuesday for using data stolen in a massive Yahoo data breach.
Hundreds Of Hacked San Francisco Public Health Records RecoveredThe medical records of nearly 1,000 San Francisco Department of Public Health patients were accessed without authorization.
Accused Concord Student Hacker Apologizes For Changing GradesA student at a Concord high school accused of hacking into school computers to change grades has apologized.
K-9 Helps Concord Cops Nab Student Hacker Who Upped GradesConcord police say a young man hacked into his school's computer network and gave himself better grades as well as changing the marks of others.