Hackers Threaten To Wipe 200M iCloud Accounts Unless Apple Pays Ransom

HACKERS who claim to have control of at least 200 million iCloud accounts have issued a public demand to Apple: pay ransom or we wipe them all. Read more

U.K. Follows U.S. Ban on Electronic Devices on Flights From Middle East

Britain is banning passengers from carrying most electronic devices on flights from certain countries in the Middle East following similar measures introduced in the United States. Read more

Telephone Threat Prompts Evacuation Of New Jersey Temple, School

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston’s Temple Beth Shalom and an adjoining school in the area were evacuated Tuesday after receiving a telephone bomb threat, authorities say. Read more

Data Breach At Saks Fifth Ave, Customers Exposed

Luxury US department store Saks Fifth Avenue accidentally made public the personal details of tens of thousands of its online customers, exposing them to the risk of follow-on fraud and cyber-attacks. Read more

YouTube Videos You Watch Can Be Tracked

If you thought what you watch on is no one’s business, you could not be further detached from reality. Read more

WWE Diva Paige Victim of Phone Hacking Scandal

BRITISH WWE star Paige confirmed she is the victim of a sex tape that has been leaked online. Read more

DC Cell Network May Have Been Hacked, Used To Monitor Calls

An unusually high amount of suspicious phone activity in Washington, D.C. is fueling reports that a cell network in the city may have been hacked and communications may be being monitored, according to the Washington Free Beacon. Read more

3 More JCCs Hit With Bomb Threats

Jewish community centers in three states were hit with bomb threats between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, with at least two coming via email. Read more

Security Flaw Discovered In WhatsApp

A security vulnerability has been uncovered in the web versions of the WhatsApp and Telegram messaging apps that could allow hackers to hijack users’ accounts “in seconds”. Read more

Facebook Says Its Data Can’t Be Used For ‘Surveillance’

Facebook and Instagram announced Monday that they will prohibit the use of their company data for warrantless surveillance, in response to a months-long effort from civil liberties and civil rights groups to protect users of those platforms. Read more