From the Yes-We-Live-In-The-Future file we have the story of an unnamed Seattle woman who looked out her upper-floor window a couple of weeks ago to allegedly find an aerial drone hovering outside.
Deadline Looms for Suspect to Decrypt Laptop, or Go Directly to Jail
If a judge orders you to decrypt the only existing copies of incriminating files, are your constitutional rights against compelled self-incrimination being violated?
100 Body Scans From Security Checkpoint Leaked
Earlier this year, the U.S. Marshals Service admitted that--despite promises from federal agencies that such images could and would not be stored--some 35,000 images from a scanner at a security checkpoint at a Florida courthouse had been saved.
In the UK: Cyber gang made £30 MILLION from fake certs
Chinese cyber gangs hacked official sites to make phony qualifications. Cyber crime gang suspected of making over £30 million by selling fake professional qualifications, which they helped to produce by hacking into government web sites.
$500,000 still missing from district
The FBI and the New York State Police are actively investigating the events that caused a school district in upstate New York
WikiLeaks buying boat to move servers offshore?
By moving the servers offshore, WikiLeaks, which currently has servers in Sweden and Iceland, among other countries, believes that it will be able to evade U.S. law enforcement and save its founder Julian Assange from prosecution.
Personal texting at work - no privacy
We've all probably done it -- whether it was texting about dinner plans on a company cell phone or updating friends about a vacation via company e-mail.