The song “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” is a classic for a reason.
Two of the Internet’s most popular destination sites were temporarily offline Wednesday.
A Los Angeles-based economic services firm issued an apology Monday after apparently using an image of the Birkenau concentration camp to promote its marketing services on its website.
The popular deal-of-the-day website, LivingSocial, was hacked into affecting up to 50 million customers, the company said Friday.
Authorities were grappling Monday with how to respond to a website that posted what appears to be private financial information about top government officials and stars.
Police on Friday believe a Southland man suspected of sexual assaulting a woman he met on a dating website may have other victims.
Two Southern California-based Internet businesses were among several shut down by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement during a Cyber Monday crackdown on the online sales of counterfeit goods.
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is a notoriously bad time (translation: busy) to travel.
Variety, a Hollywood trade paper, was acquired for nearly $25 million by Penske Media Corp. and the hedge fund Third Point, it was announced Tuesday.
Judge Judy is doing more than holding court on TV. She’s now dishing out advice online.
Milton Bradley had to start somewhere.
You’ll soon be forced to use a new profile page design — better known as the Timeline — on Facebook.
Officials say a Loma Linda resident sent a link to a pornographic website to a male minor.
Sunmee Kim is accused of meeting men through Koreancupid.com and then at some point forcing a confrontation and alleging domestic violence.
A City Council member called on Monday for state lawmakers to help the personal information of law enforcement officers remain confidential.