• Hackers: We've Exposed Millions Who Use Cheating Website

    Hackers claim to have exposed data on millions of spouses who signed up to the cheating website Ashley Madison.

  • Jamaica Activist Brings Legal Challenge to Anti-Sodomy Laws

    A Jamaican gay rights activist has brought a rare legal challenge to the Caribbean island's anti-sodomy laws that criminalize sex between men.

  • Notorious Hacktivist Shares Methods, Motives

    MANCHESTER, Ky. (AP) — Cocaine dealers, bank robbers and carjackers converge at Manchester Federal Prison in rural Kentucky — and then there is Jeremy Hammond, a tousle-haired and talented hacker whose nimble fingers have clicked and tapped their way into the nation's computing systems. Among those whose data he helped expose: the husband of the federal judge who sentenced him.

  • Police: Ashley Madison Hack Might Have Led to Suicides

    The hack of the cheating website Ashley Madison has triggered extortion crimes and led to two unconfirmed reports of suicides, Canadian police said Monday.

  • Sony Pulls 'The Interview' For Christmas

    Sony Pictures has canceled the Dec. 25 release of "The Interview" after hackers threatened terrorists attacks and the largest multiplex chains in North America pulled the film from its screens.

  • Sony Settles Hacking Lawsuit, to Pay Up to $8 Million

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Sony Pictures Entertainment has reached a settlement with current and former employees, agreeing to pay up to $8 million to reimburse them for identity-theft losses, preventative measures and legal fees related to the hack of its computers last year.

  • Tech: Shove it in or Slide it?

    It seems nowadays a lot of people are after your money. Sales people, telemarketers, boyfriends...and in the technology age, we got hackers to be concerned about too. In 2013, every gay man's favorite place to shop, Target, had been breached with over 70 million customers' private information in the hands of hackers. In 2014, the Sony Playstation Network had been compromised with over 100 terabytes of information reported stolen — including credit card numbers and passcodes.

  • The Big Story 08.26.15 - The Ashley Madison Hack