Wisconsin's sentencing algorithm faces a court battle
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Journalist Matthew Keys gets two years for aiding Anonymous
Jury found him guilty of helping hackers access the LA Times site.
Chinese man pleads guilty to stealing US aerospace secrets
Su Bin was arrested in Canada in 2014 for helping hackers in China target US companies like Boeing.
Software glitch let 3,200 US prison inmates out early
Washington State's Department of Corrections incorrectly-programmed systems shortened sentences.
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US prisons allegedly record more inmate calls than they should (update: response)
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The federal prison bureau needs help stopping contraband drones
You don't even want to know where smugglers are hiding their drones.
FCC caps 'excessive and egregious' prison telephone rates
The reform started because a Washington, DC grandmother couldn't afford to call her grandson in prison.