from the Wall Street Journal
By SIOBHAN HUGHES
Two Democratic US senators are pressing a Dow Jones & Co. editorial oversight board to investigate whether any Dow Jones executives
played a role in or knew about the UK phone-hacking scandal that has rocked corporate parent News Corp …
from The Star-Ledger – NJ.com
As a cell phone hacking scandal rages across the Atlantic, the New Jersey
computer hacking allegations are getting fresh attention. In the middle of a trial in Trenton in 2009 regarding the lawsuit filed by the Rebhs, News Corp. …
from CNN International
By the CNN Wire Staff
Rudy Giuliani says people should not rush to judgment about his friend, Rupert Murdoch, in the alleged hacking scandal. The FBI has launched an investigation into Murdoch’s News Corp.
from The Guardian
A key US senator has called for an investigation into whether any of News
Corporation’s organisations in the country have hacked US citizens. Senate commerce committee chairman Jay Rockefeller has asked the authorities to investigate if any journalists …
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | June 27, 2011 7:32 AM EDT
Hacking group LulzSec went out of the scene, but another collective of hackers, Anonymous, continues with its job. The hacking group has released a set of files containing documents and links to security and hacking resources on the internet. The released files also include various hacking and counter hacking tools along with the addresses of FBI bureaus in the U.S.
The size of the released file is 625 MB, and it seems to have come from the U.S. FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Counter Terrorism Defence Initiative training program. Although the hackers linked to the CDI SENTINAL program page, they didn’t mention the exact source of the file, ITProPortal reported.
from the Tucson Citizen
Frank Antenori responds to DPS hacking incident by advocating for a
Sharia-like punishment by cpmaz on Jun. 26, 2011, under Blog For Arizona By Craig McDermott, cross-posted from Random Musings
By now, most folks have heard of the incident where the …
from Honolulu Civil Beat
By Chad Blair 06/24/2011
The FBI says no charges have been filed in the
case of an alleged hacking earlier this year of a state lawmaker’s official email account and website. The site bears Rep. Kymberly Pine’s name, but she doesn’t actually own the …