Officials at Sony Pictures Studios apologized to employees Monday for the recent cyber attack that drew national attention pertaining to sensitive information leaked.
The FBI said Friday it is investigating threatening emails sent to some employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment, which was hit by a cyberattack last week that disrupted its computer system and spewed confidential information onto the Internet.
The LAUSD Superintendent is seeking records between school board members and tech companies involved in the district’s iPad rollout, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The Simi Valley Police Department is warning residents to be wary of scam artists using the phone to steal money from the unsuspecting.
Drivers using voice commands to send text messages and emails from behind the wheel is actually more distracting and dangerous than talking on a cellphone, according to a new AAA study.
Professors who study moral philosophy and its application in the real world may not be all that ethical themselves when it comes to responding to students, according to a new study.
A university professor who wrote emails outlining a plan to attack a California high school wrote an additional email that described his attempts to burn the high school and the home of the assistant principal who disciplined his son shortly before the teen committed suicide.
Graphic emails by a UC Irvine professor describe plans for a mass murder, sexual assaults and his own death.
If you feel like it’s impossible to get away from work, you’re not alone. But an intriguing experiment – the brainchild of Harvard Professor Leslie Perlow and author of the book, “Sleeping with Your Smartphone” – found that it may be possible to work less and get more done at the office.
A member of an employees group is asking for a criminal investigation in the wake of a directive that asked city employees in Anaheim to delete potentially embarrassing emails.
One email shows officials vowing to “not draw attention to our pay”, with another promising “we will all get fat together.”
A former U.S. Forest Service firefighter who has been in jail since 2008 faces 19 years in prison for what prosecutors say was a set-up against the man’s wife.
In the 21st century, it seems wherever we go, we’re always wired, and many of us prefer it that way. But just because we have more data at our fingertips doesn’t mean we have to flaunt it.