On the court docket: money transfers tied to Net gambling, and sentencing for a convicted spammer. Also, cybervigilantes and a Justice Department manual for tech-challenged gumshoes.
Former directors are arrested for allegedly laundering billions of dollars in illegal gambling proceeds. January 17, 2007
London-area police are working with certain cybervigilante groups as sources of information in the fight against online fraud. January 17, 2007
Found guilty by a jury, a California man faces time in federal prison for sending out e-mail scams and related crimes. January 16, 2007
Because many police agencies may lack computer skills, the Justice Department created an investigator's manual. January 16, 2007
If left unpatched, the vulnerability could let hackers modify third-party documents and view e-mail subjects, search history. January 16, 2007
Pay no attention to e-mails, purportedly from the FBI in London, stating you were next on a murderer's hit list. January 12, 2007
Two men are accused of orchestrating at least 12 late-night computer burglaries of tech firms around Sunnyvale, Calif.
January 12, 2007