A former University of Connecticut student has received probation after posting disturbing Internet messages about a football player’s stabbing death.
Internet hackers say they have compromised the security of more than 1,000 accounts at a Connecticut-based FBI partner organization.
Drugmaker Pfizer Inc. is running the first U.S. clinical study in which patients participate from home via the Internet, rather than repeatedly visiting a participating hospital.
A 31-year-old New Britain man charged with sex trafficking of minors has been sentenced to more than 25 years in federal prison.
A federal appeals court in New York has agreed that Connecticut school officials acted reasonably and constitutionally when they disciplined a student for an Internet posting she wrote off school grounds.
Connecticut consumers reported losses of more than $3 million last year to an agency that tracks Internet scams.
As Election Day approaches, voters can get a preview of their town’s ballot by going to the Secretary of the State’s website. Ballots for each town are available – including the double-sided ballots that will […]
By CHRISTOPHER LEONARD, AP Business Writer Craigslist appears to have surrendered in a legal fight over erotic ads posted on its website, shutting down its adult services section Saturday and replacing it with a black […]