Tag: fbi

FBI Warrant For PlayPen Investigation Deemed Invalid By Yet Another Judge

There has been yet another development in the PlayPen case, as a third judge deemed the FBI warrant invalid. It is evident for everyone to see that law enforcement officials went above and beyond what they were legally allowed to do to infiltrate this platform. All of the evidence gathered from this investigation needs to be oppressed. FBI Strikes Out Again In PlayPen Investigation It is not the first time …
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Texas Man Charged With Buying Explosives on Dark Net

On Monday Cary Lee Ogborn was arrested and accused of attempting to purchase explosives for the purpose of injury or destruction of property. Ogborn, 50, sourced the explosives from dark net. The indictment stated that Ogborn picked up a package last Friday that contained what he suspected to be a grenade and a stick of dynamite complete with a wireless detonator. It continued to say that he communicated, and paid …
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DOJ Feels The FBI Did Nothing Wrong During The PlayPen Investigation

Ever since the FBI got involved in the PlayPen case, there have been more questions than answers. Infiltrating a Tor forum is not an easy task, and the FBI ran PlayPen for quite some time. Earlier evidence seemed to indicate their actions only increased the number of pedophiles attracted to this platform. But the Department of Justice feels law enforcement did nothing of the sort to improve the child porn …
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“Hacking Someone’s Computer is Definitely a Search”

A number of cases have popped up from the FBI running a child porn sting for two weeks on dark net. Courts have ruled that the warrant issued wasn’t valid, while other have ruled it as valid. The government was able to access thousands of computers, with just one single warrant. They took over servers of a known child pornography site, and kept it active for two weeks while they …
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