Pennsylvania man Ryan Collins has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for hacking into the Gmail and iCloud accounts of celebrities and stealing private photos and videos.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has not heard from the FBI about the new investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while serving the State Department.
The discovery of a new trove of emails related to Hillary Clinton's private email server could possibly shake up the election. According to a new CBS News poll, only 5 percent of Democrats say it could make them less likely to vote for Clinton. When it comes to overall voters, 71 percent say the new emails won't change their thinking or they have already voted.
The FBI has obtained a search warrant to examine the emails related to Hillary Clinton's private server that were recently discovered on ex-congressman Anthony Weiner's laptop. The warrant will allow law enforcement officers to investigate Clinton's emails on the laptop that was taken in because of allegedly illicit communications with an underage girl.
Harry Reid, the Democratic leader in the Senate, has accused FBI director James Comey of breaking the law which prevents officials from trying to influence an election. Reid contends that the FBI's latest investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails should not have been revealed because it comes to close to the election and could affect the outcome. The new 650,000 emails were found on Anthony Weiner's laptop and are not likely to be completely investigated before election day.
IBM has introduced a new digital tool for marketers called the Watson Virtual Agent, a cognitive conversational technology that helps brands create conversational virtual agents.
Palace Sports Entertainment relies on email marketing to connect with Detroit Piston fans and concertgoers alike. The company uses segmentation to target these different audiences.
Yahoo has released its annual transparency report. According to the report, the company received 20,511 data requests, most of which came from the United States government (9,408).
The Red Cross has exposed the personal data more 550,000 blood donors after its Australian site was breached. The details include private information such as address, contact details, blood type and at-risk sexual behavior. The data, which represents about half of the group's database, was posted online.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has passed new rules that will require ISPs to get permission from customers in order to share or sell their personal data to third parties. The data includes browsing history, email data, location data, app usage, and financial data. ISPs will still be able to deal in anonymized data without permission.