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Cyber Crime

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  • Latest Snowden revelation: NSA sabotaged electronic locks

    Latest Snowden revelation: NSA sabotaged electronic locks
    The latest Edward Snowden-powered exposé published by the New York Times, ProPublica and the Guardian is, to me, the most frightening. It reveals that the National Security Agency has moved beyond its historic role as a code-breaker to become a saboteur...
  • Task force detectives in Nixa help nab sex criminals who prey on children

    Task force detectives in Nixa help nab sex criminals who prey on children
    NIXA, Mo - As cyber-crimes become more advanced, so is the software being used to track down criminals. "He has software that goes out onto the Internet and searches for people that are sharing child pornography. His computer is able to identify those...
  • Thomas Pynchon meets 9/11 in 'Bleeding Edge'

    Thomas Pynchon meets 9/11 in 'Bleeding Edge'
    It has been 50 years since Thomas Pynchon's first book, "V.," was published. That he is still turning out works of dizzying complexity is, frankly, astounding. Few authors remain as ambitious and accomplished for so long. Enter "Bleeding Edge," a...
  • Alleged Miss Teen USA 'sextorter' forced victims to strip, complaint says

    The 19-year-old Temecula man charged with "sextorting" newly crowned Miss Teen USA and several other young women allegedly told FBI agents that he used 30 to 40 computers to carry out his crimes. According to a criminal complaint and court affidavit,...
  • 'Sextortion' victim Miss Teen USA went to high school with suspect

    Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf discussed being a victim in her former high school classmate’s “sextortion” case on the “Today” show Friday morning, saying she recognized his name but never talked to him when they went to school...
  • Don't let heart disease derail your travel plans

    Source: The Cleveland Clinic http://www.whatdoctorsknow.com Heart disease does not need to limit your ability to travel. Here are some key pointers to follow so that you can have a comfortable and heart-healthy vacation: 1. Talk with your doctor: a)...
  • Glendale police: See a crime, go online

    Starting Tuesday, residents will be able to report crimes and file police reports online from their computers or smartphones. The Glendale Police Department is launching its new Citizens Online Reporting system. It provides residents another avenue to...
  • Miss Teen USA 'sextortion': Family of suspect apologizes to victims

    Miss Teen USA 'sextortion': Family of suspect apologizes to victims
    The family of the 19-year-old man suspected of being behind the "sextortion" of Miss Teen USA and other women apologized through an attorney for "the consequences of his behavior." Temecula college freshman Jared James Abrahams, 19, was taken into...
  • Rachel Marsden: NATO cyber-warfare treatise is long overdue

    PARIS -- The Internet went crazy last week over what was described in hyperventilating tweets as NATO's plan to kill hackers. "NATO-Commissioned Report Says Killing Hackers Is Basically OK," blared one tech blog headline, nicely reinforcing the paranoia....
  • Rachel Marsden: Meet the mysterious Mr. th3j35t3r

    Major media outlets have featured him as representative of a new generation of "patriot hackers." He sent an old laptop to the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., where it's now on display. He claims to have launched hacking attacks on...
  • Joel Brinkley: Snowden fallout has been massive for US

    Edward Snowden has wrought more damage on the United States than any private individual in recent memory. It's not just the theft and publication of classified material. That was bad enough because those disclosures make the U.S. look hypocritical and...