Lawyers for former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez are protesting the broadcasting of chats Hernandez had with his defense team during courtroom hearings.
New London’s mayor is demanding that a Facebook page be shut down after it posted a photo comparing him to Adolf Hitler.
Members of a Massachusetts family are expressing outrage that their relative, killed in Afghanistan four years ago, was impersonated on Facebook and on an internet dating site.
A California man been arrested in Connecticut after waiving extradition from California in a case involving last month’s kidnapping of a 14-year-old girl.
A Chinese work safety official who pleaded guilty Friday to corruption charges began drawing public scrutiny last summer when a news photo showed him smiling at the site of a deadly highway accident in central China. That triggered public ire not only about his facial expression but about the luxury wristwatch he was wearing.
Tens of thousands of Americans could lose their Internet service today. Link here to the FBI’s background on its crackdown on “Operation Ghost Click.”
Federal prosecutors say twenty people have been charged with crimes related to alleged involvement in illegal Internet sports bookmaking and card gambling clubs in Stamford and Hamden.
Police say a man posed as a 16-year-old girl online and robbed a 25-year-old man he arranged to meet in a New Hampshire parking lot.
The co-chairman of the General Assembly’s Public Safety and Security Committee says his committee believes they are still “in the infancy stage” of understanding legalization of online gambling,.
Connecticut officials say they’re not giving up on requiring Internet retailers like Amazon.com to collect state sales taxes.