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U.S. Customs and Border Protection security cameras scan license plates as motor vehicles cross the U.S.-Mexico border from Tijuana, Mexico, in September 2016 in San Ysidro, Calif. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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"To an extraordinary degree, Mark Zuckerberg is Facebook ... so if you're going to understand Facebook in any meaningful way, the conversation really has to start with him and end with him," journalist Evan Osnos says. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The Central Question Behind Facebook: 'What Does Mark Zuckerberg Believe In?'

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Four Russian intelligence officers who had entered the Netherlands under diplomatic passports were escorted out of the country after they were found to be carrying out a cyberattack on the OPCW chemical weapons watchdog. Dutch Defense Ministry hide caption

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U.S. Charges 7 Russian Intelligence Officers With Hacking 40 Sports And Doping Groups

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Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., works on her cellphone on Capitol Hill. In a recent letter, Sen. Ron Wyden said some senators and Senate staff members were warned that their personal email accounts were targeted by foreign government hackers. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Phil Bredesen, the former Democratic governor of Tennessee, is running for the seat now held by Republican Sen. Bob Corker. Bredesen's campaign contacted the FBI on Thursday about a potential breach of its system. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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This 'Gray Hat' Hacker Breaks Into Your Car — To Prove A Point

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In a federal indictment, Phillip Durachinsky faces numerous charges including installing malware on thousands of computers and the production of child pornography. Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department hide caption

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Ohio Man Charged With Putting Spyware On Thousands of Computers

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Patient information can be vulnerable when health care facilities are the focus of cyberattacks. Eric Audras/Onoky/Getty Images hide caption

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Hospitals Face Growing Cybersecurity Threats

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People vote on on November 8, 2016 in Los Angeles. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Making U.S. Elections More Secure Wouldn't Cost Much But No One Wants To Pay

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Jorge Santiago Aguirre, a human rights lawyer in Mexico City, clicked on a link in a text message he received last year asking for his help. Nothing happened. But days later, audio was leaked of a call between Aguirre and one of his clients. The call had been heavily edited and painted both men as criminals. James Frederick hide caption

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Mexico's Government Is Accused Of Targeting Journalists And Activists With Spyware

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When reporting from Moscow, NPR's Mary Louise Kelly was typing when the cursor began to jump around on its own. Konstantin Leyfer/TASS via Getty Images hide caption

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In this photo dated Aug. 23, 2010, Iranian technicians work at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, where Iran had confirmed several personal laptops infected by Stuxnet malware. Ebrahim Norouzi/AP/International Iran Photo Agency hide caption

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The FBI issued a series of "wanted" posters for Russians accused of cybercrimes Wednesday, including Igor Anatolyevich Sushchin, who is alleged to be a Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officer. Courtesy of FBI hide caption

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Yahoo says it has notified an undisclosed number of users that their private information may have been accessed using forged cookies in connection with a previously disclosed hack in 2014. Michael Probst/AP hide caption

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