Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) is tasked with protecting the company, and those who use its services, against nation-state hacking attacks.
REPORT: Facebook and WeChat—with more than 2 billion installs between them—are shipping with malicious security vulnerabilities onboard.
Google has acted against two Iranian state broadcasters, Press TV and Hispan TV, blocking access “without warning” to their YouTube and Gmail accounts.
Government crisis talks with the internet industry have been scheduled to discuss the risks of a proposed but as yet unconfirmed update to Google’s popular Chrome web browser, one that would hit many of the techniques used to monitor internet content for both online safety and official snooping.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Dunford, issued a stunning rebuke last month to Google about its recent investments in China.
Google’s refusal to develop AI capabilities for the U.S. military is a slap in the face to the heroes of the greatest generation.
Google kept quiet for more than six months about its discovery of a bug that put at risk the personal data of hundreds of thousands of Google+ users, the company said Monday, a delay that could spark a new round of regulatory and political scrutiny.
Tech giants Facebook, Twitter and Google are taking steps to police terrorists and hate groups on their sites but more work needs to be done.
Google is warning you to watch out for: Google! The company's own Safe Browsing tool labels "google.com" as "partially dangerous." It's true; I Googled it.
Reportedly, Waze directions guided two Israeli soldiers into an area bordering a Palestinian refugee camp by accident on Monday.