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Acting on a Florida lawyer's suggestion that violent video games may have figured in Tuesday's slaying of a West Feliciana Parish man, sheriff's deputies searched the home of one teenage suspect again on Thursday. West...
Investigators seized 200 computers across the globe to break up online piracy networks that distribute copyrighted music, movies and software, the Justice Department said Thursday. The sweep, carried out in 27 U.S....
Tens of thousands investigated using snooping software Italian Police have swooped on a major counterfeiting ring based in Italy and have nabbed €118 million ($139.8 million) worth of fake software, the Business...
Thanks Darren Bolton for this sending this in. Counterfeit Compaq Computer Corp. parts were seized in New Hampshire after the company was contacted by a customer who received suspect memory boards from an...