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The popular file sharing site MegaUpload was shut down by the US FBI and Department of Justice on Thursday, January 19, and executives from the company were taken into custody. This story is very well covered by the Wall Street Journal and includes a copy of the indictment for your reading. As you would expect, […]

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Dana Thronton, a 41-year old woman from Belleville, is in trouble because of a Facebook Profile that she created after her break up with Parsippany Detective Michael Lasalandra. She created a Facebook account using his name and birth date and even went so far as to upload pictures of him and post comments as if […]

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The FBI believes that the homeless man they arrested on Thursday was “Commander X”, a member of the People’s Liberation Front (PLF) associated with Anonymous hacktivism. 47-year-old Christopher Doyon has entered a not guilty plea to charges of “conspiracy to cause intentional damage to a protected computer, causing intentional damage to a protected computer, and […]

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