(CBS/AP) LOS ANGELES - A Connecticut man affiliated with a hacking group was arrested Tuesday on federal charges for an attack on a website belonging to Kiss bassist Gene Simmons, authorities said.Continue »
LONDON (CBS/AP) The British Royal Navy's website was shut down Monday after the site's security was breached in a hacker attack.
A message on the site says it has been shut down for "essential maintenance" and asked users to "visit again soon."
KANSAS CITY, Mo (CBS/AP) The latest form of identity theft doesn't depend on stealing your Social Security number - now thieves are targeting your kid's number long before the little one even has a bank account.
Hundreds of online businesses are using computers to find dormant Social Security numbers - usually those assigned to children who don't use them - then selling those numbers under another name to help people establish phony credit and run up huge debts they will never pay off.Continue »
But none of that stopped Alexis from becoming the target of nasty online comments - even after the Long Island girl committed suicide.Continue »
Users must be 16-years-old or older to chat, and sex and nudity are prohibited; however, chances are that if you've used the site, you've run across multiple examples of those rules being broken.Continue »
YouTube: Michael Jackson alive?! Seen coming out of coroner's van!
The video was posted by RTL on YouTube for a single day a week ago and received 880,000 hits. The broadcaster has since removed the video from YouTube, but it has been picked up by other Web sites around the world.
MIAMI (AP) A computer hacker accused of masterminding one of the largest cases of identity theft in U.S. history agreed Friday to plead guilty and serve up to 25 years in federal prison for his crimes.
Albert Gonzalez of Miami was charged with conspiracy, wire fraud and aggravated identity theft charges in federal courts in New York and Boston. Court documents filed in federal court in Boston indicate the 28-year-old Gonzalez agreed to plead guilty to 19 counts and combine the two cases in federal court in Massachusetts.