A deputy assistant attorney general was looking at “sexually explicit” material on two Justice Department computers and later lied about it, according to a report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz.
The FBI is about to get the authority to hack millions of computers under President-elect Donald Trump.
“I don’t really need to worry about online privacy,” I used to think. “I’ve got nothing to hide. And who would want to know what I’m up to, anyway?”
Supreme Court in December Will Hear Case on Texas Businessman Convicted of Illegally Accessing Protected Computer
By Ross Parker ticklethewire.com The only oral argument before the Supreme Court during the last month of 2015 on an issue involving criminal law or procedure is Musacchio v. United States. The case involves the conviction on three counts of a North Texas businessman for conspiracy and for making unauthorized access to a protected computer…
Parker: Supreme Court in December Will Hear Case on Texas Businessman Convicted of Illegally Accessing Protected Computer
Ross Parker was chief of the criminal division in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Detroit for 8 years and worked as an AUSA for 28 in that office. By Ross Parker ticklethewire.com The only oral argument before the Supreme Court during the last month of 2015 on an issue involving criminal law or procedure is…
Hillary Clinton said she deleted personal and work-related e-mails from a private server during her time as secretary of state.
Now that the FBI has Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server, agents are trying to determine whether the information exists anywhere else or were backed up.
By Steve Neavling ticklethewire.com The FBI is alerting U.S. companies of the increasing dangers of Chinese hack attacks. The Daily Beast reports that the bureau sent out warnings to companies Wednesday to be aware of a malicious computer program that has been tied to the bold hack of the Office of the Personnel Management. The…