from threat level: A ring of hackers that boasted it would pry into celebrities’ phones and e-mail accounts appears to have delivered on that promise. Reported hacks of actresses Scarlett Johannson and Mila Kunis led to racy photos posted on the web. The FBI is reportedly investigating the alleged hack involving Johansson, as well as intrusions into the phone, Twitter and e-mail accounts of some 50 other celebrities, including Vanessa Hudgens and Jessica Alba. A group calling itself Hollywood Leaks, self-identified as an offshoot of Anonymous, boasted last month in a YouTube video that it would be targeting celebrities and the “Jew-controlled media” over the next weeks.
NBC Twitter hacked in anti-corporate attack by anonymous splinter group 'the script kiddies'*
Threats posted on White House Facebook page*
Hackers are the new mob: White House gets serious on cybercrime*
Actor to plead guilty to leaking Black Swan to bittorrent*
Hotfile turns tables, accuses Warner Brothers of DMCA abuse*
CBS using interactive billboards to promote 'Person Of Interest'*
Video: Issa declines investigation into News Corp. phone hacking*