Tags U.S. courts

DeepDotWeb boss pleads guilty to laundering millions

by Tim Starks • 2 weeks ago

DOJ had hailed the indictment of the man and a co-conspirator as "the single most significant law enforcement disruption of the Darknet to date."

IT consultant sentenced to 2 years in revenge-hacking case

by Tim Starks • 3 weeks ago

Deepanshu Kher erased more than 1,000 Microsoft user accounts at a company that had criticized his performance to his employer.

Robocalls keep spamming Americans, in part because of their cyber tools

by Tim Starks • 1 month ago

Robocalls are back on the rise after a pandemic reprieve, and scammers are learning new tricks.

Home security technician pleads guilty to spying on women, couples

by Tim Starks • 3 months ago

The former ADT technician could face up to five years in prison for accessing more than 200 customers' accounts.

Federal courts are latest apparent victim of SolarWinds hack

by Tim Starks • 3 months ago

Courts have stepped up security precautions in response.

SolarWinds hack spotlights a thorny legal problem: Who to blame for espionage?

by Tim Starks • 3 months ago

It could take years for the cases to play out in court.

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