Internet Crimes

Federal prosecutors are charging people for what they do on the internet and on their computers.

From the highly publicized MySpace case, where a woman was prosecuted for violating the MySpace Terms of Use (and later vindicated by an aggressive team of attorneys), to other hacking and downloading cases, prosecutions for computer and internet crimes are on the rise.

Federal prosecutors are charging people for what they do on the internet and on their computers.

From the highly publicized MySpace case, where a woman was prosecuted for violating the MySpace Terms of Use (and later vindicated by an aggressive team of attorneys), to other hacking and downloading cases, prosecutions for computer and internet crimes are on the rise.


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