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Hackers Taint the Caribbean, Smuggle Patient Data, and Bring Gaza to Delaware

4:40 PM ET Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.

Will Court Move Clear the Way to Mass Government Hacking?

4:26 PM ET A single warrant could authorize federal officials to inject malware into hundreds of suspects’ -- and victims’ -- computers.

Report: Todd Park to Step Down as Federal CTO

3:31 PM ET Park plans to move to Silicon Valley, where he will help recruit tech talent for government jobs.

Scientists Figure Out Why Grunts Groan

2:05 PM ET It’s the ever-increasing load, researchers at the International Congress on Soldiers' Physical Performance conclude.

New Navy Shipboard Net Key to Information Dominance

1:54 PM ET Upgraded network aims to automate cyber defense.

These Cute, Tiny Sensors Will Soon Be Watching You Everywhere

12:49 PM ET These beacons send unique Bluetooth radio pulses, which a mobile device can recognize.

These Are the 25 Most Popular Mobile Apps in America

12:11 PM ET This is an interesting slice of the App Store, as it highlights active usage, not just one-time downloads or recent popularity.

How Data Analytics Can Help Root Out Food Stamp Fraud

10:52 AM ET Advanced data analytics can help the Agriculture Department detect fraud early -- and even stop it from happening.

UPS Discloses Breach at 51 Stores

August 21 The Department of Homeland Security said a type of malicious software known as 'Backoff' is likely to blame.

Entire Manhattan Project History Declassified and Now Online

August 21 The final two volumes of A-bomb history became available in the past month.