Feds Seized Hip-Hop Site for a Year, Waiting for Proof of Infringement

Federal authorities who seized a popular hip-hop music site based on assertions from the Recording Industry Association of America that it was linking to four "pre-release" music tracks gave it back more than a year later without filing civil or criminal charges because of apparent recording industry delays in… »5/04/12 8:59am5/04/12 8:59am

$356 Million Later, the Justice Department's Wireless Network Still Sucks

After 9/11, three federal law enforcement agencies planned a massive project to replace a mishmash of aging and obsolete radios used by thousands of federal agents. A decade and $356 million later, the program has made "minimal progress" and the Department of Homeland Security, one of the project's key partners, wants… »1/20/12 10:00am1/20/12 10:00am

Man Sues Microsoft for Failing to Keep His Porn Stash Secure

A Connecticut man who was jailed on illegal gun possession is now suing Microsoft, HP, and Circuit City claiming all three companies failed to keep his computer safe from the Feds, who uncovered his porn collection after seizing and cracking into his password-protected PC. Michael Alan Crooker is seeking $200,000 in… »3/05/07 5:46pm3/05/07 5:46pm