Using a national online system that enables them to remotely download incriminating images directly from a suspect’s computer, members of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force have identified nearly 20,000 computer hard drives in Virginia that they say contain hardcore child pornography.
A divided Virginia Supreme Court affirmed the nation’s first felony conviction for illegal spamming on Friday, ruling that Virginia’s anti-spamming law does not violate free-speech rights.
Jeremy Jaynes of Raleigh, N.C., considered among the world’s top 10 spammers in 2003, was convicted of massive distribution of junk e-mail and sentenced to nine years in prison.
Beijing, China: The Labyrinth – an art installation by Michelangelo Pistoletto comprising 2,100 metres of cardboard – at Galleria Continua
Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA
With the right attitude and a little credit know-how, anyone can climb out of the hole and stay debt-free for life
Some ideas of the uses of APML – attention profiling mark-up language
Are people with autism trapped in their own world? Or are the rest of us just trapped in ours?
For the first time in the nation’s history, more than one in 100 American adults is behind bars, according to a new report.
Nationwide, the prison population grew by 25,000 last year, bringing it to almost 1.6 million. Another 723,000 people are in local jails. The number of American adults is about 230 million, meaning that one in every 99.1 adults is behind bars.
Poor bunny gets melted. I find this strangely captivating and the music blissful.