Ex-con posts gun photo to Facebook, gets another 15 years
Because felons aren't allowed to have guns, that's why.
Ross Ulbricht appeals his Silk Road conviction
You can't trust a case where corrupt law enforcement was involved, according to lawyers.
Tinder hits 100 million downloads, but newbies beware
UK police reports involving Grindr or Tinder rose 700 percent in two years.
Social media led police straight to movie pirates
Enforcement officials at the UK's Federation Against Copyright Theft found pirates' details on Facebook.
The thing you'd worry about happening in an Airbnb happened
Peeping tom allegedly installed hidden cameras to creep on unsuspecting guests.
Europe accuses Qualcomm of paying companies to use its chips
European Commission reports that illegal payments were made to a smartphone manufacturer.
USA Today: California wrongly wiretapped 52,000 people
Remember when, on 'The Wire,' McNulty struggled to get access to wiretaps? It's not like that in reality.
Self-balancing skateboards are illegal in New York, too
$500 if you're caught using one by a state official (with nothing better to do).
US prosecutes man who hacked identities to help ISIS
The Justice Department has charged a man with leading a hacking team that stole identities to help target the American military.