Tag: playPen

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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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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FBI Helped Increase Distribution of Child Pornography During Playpen Investigation

Most of our readers may remember the Playpen case, which has been causing a lot of friction for the FBI. Law enforcement agencies shut down this darknet forum for child pornography, albeit it is doubtful they operated within the legal boundaries of their obtained warrant. In fact, the FBI may have made the child pornography problem even worse due to their behavior. Not A Good PR Move By The FBI …
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FBI Claims They Breached Tor Security Without Malware

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has announced the tools they used to get PlayPen members convicted was not malware. After refusing to disclose the methods use when ordered to by a judge, a lot of the FBI’s evidence was thrown out. Despite all of that, law enforcement officials continue to deny their network investigative technique uses malware. FBI Still Refuses To Provide Proof The issues between the FBI and PlayPen …
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