The decision by U.S. President Trump to pull back from a retaliatory strike against Iran for the downing of a surveillance drone because there would be “too many deaths for a proportionate response” has been painted as a backtrack.
The Pentagon is pushing hard toward a new software development model that gets the bugs out early through constant testing and improvement, avoiding traditional IT disasters where flaws only become obvious too late.
A saga that began with a municipal employee opening a corrupted email has forced a small Florida city to take the extraordinary step of agreeing to pay nearly $600,000 to the hackers who paralyzed their computer systems.
Civil society and rights groups in Myanmar said Facebook has failed to adequately act against online hate speech that incites violence against the country’s Muslim minorities, neglecting to effectively enforce its own rules.
If the US and China have a truce or suspend the application of tariffs, that could provide political space for South Korea's diplomatic role to increase. But, in this environment, South Korea's impact is quite limited.
It was a single phrase, offered without elaboration, in special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's report: In August 2016, hackers working for Russian military intelligence "installed malware on the company network" of an unnamed voter registration technology vendor in the United States.