Federal Court Issues Restraining Order Against Website Offering Fake Coronavirus VaccineInformation published on the website claimed to offer consumers access to World Health Organization (WHO) vaccine kits in exchange for a shipping charge of $4.95.
Governor Greg Abbott Reports Rise In Attempted Cyber Attacks On TexasThe Texas Department of Agriculture confirms its website was defaced briefly Tuesday morning and that state and federal agencies are investigating.
City Of Carrollton Victimized By Cyber AttackThe city said it's working with both state and federal officials to investigate and considers the hack a criminal act.
8chan Owner Defends Website, Online Forum Connected To 3rd Mass Shooting Suspect This Year8chan is an online message board with a history of being used by violent extremists.
The Ones for Justice Finds Website Trying to Profit Off Inaccurate Personal InformationA "people finder" website known for rating people's reputations could be publishing inaccurate information about you online.
Fort Worth Launches Real-Time Flood Watch WebsiteGreen dots indicate areas with flooding potential, yellow dots for caution for flooding and red for a dangerous area residents should absolutely avoid.
New Texas Records System Causing Delays For Those Needing Birth, Death CertificatesSome offices posted messages on websites this week saying they were unable to provide the documents to anyone born outside the local jurisdiction.
Sen. Cornyn Launches Harvey Rebuilding Site Ahead Of AnniversaryU.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) launched a page on his website for Texans with information on disaster aid legislation passed since the storm.
Amazon Hopes Its Prime Day Doesn't Go To The DogsAmazon is hoping customers don't see any more dogs, after early problems on Prime Day meant people trying to shop got only images of the cute canines.
Retailers Step Up Personalization On Their WebsitesOnline retailers are trying to build stronger connections with shoppers used to the customization of Amazon.
Backpage.com, CEO Plead Guilty In California, TexasThe Dallas-based website Backpage.com pleaded guilty to human trafficking in Texas.