After the San Francisco firm BuildZoom had several of their computers stolen, they took a still from security footage and put it on the dating app Tinder asking for information about the woman. They took the information they received to police and now police have a warrant out for her arrest.
Censorship by cyberterrorism has sparked a debate over an appropriate response. The Obama Administration is expected to take action by publicly blaming North Korea for the hack against Sony Pictures and laying out evidence in what it's calling a serious national security issue.
The ringing of the bells in Havana signals a thaw in the Cold War-era feud between Cuba and the U.S. it’s a thaw that resulted in the repatriation of Alan Gross, imprisoned in Cuba for five years. Not everyone was happy with the news: Cubans who fled the Castro regime and now live in Florida protested the decision Wednesday in Miami.
After several of the largest theater chains in the U.S. backed out of showing the comedy ‘The Interview,’ Sony Pictures has canceled its Dec. 25th release of the James Franco and Seth Rogan film about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
After having been in a lost and found box for 16 years, home videos of the Christini family of New Jersey – including father Mark, daughters Maria and Carolyn, and Mark’s father who recently died -- have been returned to them.
Police in Richmond, Virginia, are asking for help locating a suspect in connection to a robbery after a Craigslist deal went bad. Authorities said Tion L. Oliver is a suspect in the armed robbery of six pit bull puppies last week.
An ominous threat against moviegoers was posted online that evokes the terrorist attacks of 9/11. People are so fearful that the New York premiere of Sony Pictures’ ‘The Interview’ has been cancelled, and this morning the FBI is investigating.