Cyber-Posse Aims to Round Up Ashley Madison Hackers


The Toronto Police Service on Monday reported on the progress of Project Unicorn, the official investigation into the hack attack on Ashley Madison, an adultery-promoting website. The Toronto police are working closely with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the RCMP, the FBI, and the Ministry of the Attorney General’s criminal law office in carrying out the investigation. They have received full cooperation from other law enforcement groups around the world, Toronto Police Service Acting Staff Superintendent Bryce Evans told reporters.

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Canadian police appeal to Ashley Madison hackers to help in possibly-related 'suicide' investigations

Toronto police reportedly have received reports of two suicides related to the hacking of cheating website Ashley Madison.

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BlackBerry announces September 24 event across three cities, Passport phone launch likely

BlackBerry looks set to officially launch its unusual-looking Passport smartphone on September 24 at events in Toronto, London, and Dubai. The question is, will anyone go for a handset with a square display? 

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