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Jim and Doug discuss some of the things that can be done to prevent an attack, as well as some steps to take in the event that an attack is successful
Attorney believes drugs caused suspect’s death, not the use of a K-9 and other force in the March 31 incident
The hacker collective known as ‘Anonymous’ has claimed responsibility for an ongoing cyber attack on the city of Madison
17-year-old fatally shot in a police station lobby was killed after she lunged at an officer with a butcher knife and a TASER failed to stop her
17-year-old girl who reportedly brandished a weapon was shot to death in the police station lobby Thursday
Several websites for the city of Oakland were knocked out in a likely cyberattack
Ground zero in the nation’s fight against cybercrime hides in plain sight, in a nondescript suburban office building with no government seals or signs
A hacktivist for more than a decade, Jeremy Hammond, 29, was arrested in 2012 after penetrating the U.S.-based security think tank Stratfor
Police and prosecutors have declined to name the officer, citing concerns that his life, and the lives of his relatives, could be endangered
The group, under the program they’ve coined “Operation Ferguson,” has warned of further consequences if police interfere with civilians protesting the shooting
One of the protesters shot video of the confrontation between protesters and officers and posted it on YouTube
The city of Albuquerque was still working Wednesday to recover from the “Anonymous” cyberattack launched over the weekend as part of a police protest
The group urged the people of Albuquerque to “occupy” APD headquarters on Sunday and warned of a cyberattack on the department’s websites
Circuit Judge Victoria Brennan put Richard Masten on probation and ordered that he complete a memo about the law governing disclosure of anonymous tips
For disobeying the order, Richard Masten was found in contempt of court Friday by Miami-Dade County Circuit Judge Victoria R. Brennan