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Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, was part of the World Economic Forum committee that put together a report on the global digital transformation.

Half of the world is now officially online, but several thorny new problems now threaten the digital economy

More than half the world thinks the drawbacks of the digital economy outweigh its benefits.

China’s top security agency is accused of directing a wave of cyberattacks against Australia

China is directing a fresh wave of cyber attacks against Australian companies a few months after they promised they wouldn't.
Maria Butina.

Indicted Russian national Maria Butina once reportedly tried to quiz a left-leaning civil rights group about its cyber vulnerabilities

Maria Butina, the Russian gun rights activist charged with being a Russian agent, reportedly tried to interview a left-leaning civil rights group in 2017 about its cyber vulnerabilities. Butina's reported outreach could be indicative of Russia's continued efforts to infiltrate US politics.

US security officials say Russian hackers could shut down nuclear power plants and electric facilities in America

The US accused Russia on Thursday of orchestrating cyberattacks against American energy facilities.

Uber’s data breach was relatively small when compared to the Yahoo hack

One chart shows Uber's data breach in comparison to others.

Yahoo is telling users that hackers may have accessed their accounts without passwords

Hackers used "forged cookies" to access Yahoo user accounts without using passwords.

Lawmakers are going after Trump for questioning US intelligence agencies

Lawmakers don't think President-elect Donald Trump is taking the intelligence community seriously.