10 biggest internet security fails of all time From Kurt Eichenwald's eternal association with tentacle porn to simply asking celebs for their PWs so you can download their nudes, and everything in between.

Technology has brought many positive changes to our world, but it also means millions of people at a time have their sensitive and personal data leaked — a story by now so common that we’ve all been desensitized to it. …

Ubisoft pledges €500,000 to rebuild Notre Dame Also grab a free copy of Assassin’s Creed: Unity.

The France-based game publisher Ubisoft, best known for its Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed video games, has pledged to donate €500,000 ($564,000 USD) to help rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral. The almost 1,000-year-old cathedral was severely damaged in a fire …

Toeing China’s communist party line to own the gamers Game journalists' quest to one-up "entitled gamers" leads them to some strange places.

When it comes to censorship, China is an absolute mess. Despite becoming an economic superpower and embracing at least some parts of capitalism to enter the 21st century, the mentality of the Chinese government remains firmly authoritarian and deeply suspicious …

Ubisoft security fail: up to 58 million email addresses and passwords stolen No credit card details, however.

Ubisoft are the latest victims in a string of hacking attempts over the last six months or so. This one was successful in stealing the usernames and passwords of possibly all 58 million customers. The good news is that credit …

Pornographic image depicting Jade Raymond provokes Ubisoft Legal response SomethingAwful buckled.

It appears that Ubisoft’s legal team contacted what seemed to be an unaware website owner regarding a post that one of his site’s registered forum users made, depicting Jade Raymond (the games producer) and the Assassin’s Creed trademark in a …