Gottfrid Svartholm Warg has been sentenced to jail time for allegedly hacking into a company from which he made illegal money transfers.
A U.S. judge gives the leader of the IMAGiNE file-sharing group a record prison term for camcording movies in the theater and distributing them on the Web.
Joshua Schichtel pled guilty for selling botnets to customers "who wanted to infect computers with various different types of malicious software." Now, he's serving a 30-month prison term.
Convicted of developing software used on a porn site, Iran's Supreme Court confirms the death sentence to Saeed Malekpour.
After Brazil's president took office, a law student urged the killing of people in the region of the country who voted for her. Now, a federal judge ruled a prison sentence is in order.
Order, order! West Midlands Police is tweeting from Birmingham Magistrates Court for a day.
Four months after a final hearing, and nearly 18 months since Google and authors' groups first reached a settlement over Google Books, the case is still in limbo.
Denver appeals court says stock gains had been overstated for Joseph Nacchio, who is currently serving a six-year prison term for insider trading.
A Brooklyn man receives 30-month prison sentence for sending unsolicited marketing e-mail to the e-mail addresses of nearly 1.3 million AOL subscribers.
The Linux programmer who was convicted in April of murdering his wife brings authorities to his victim's remains--and as a result could get off easier.