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UK: Entertainment Industry Wants ISPs to Police Internet

- Britain's entertainment industry is calling on the government to make Internet service providers (ISPs) police their networks by slowing or terminating the connection of users that illegally file share material online, reports BBC.com.

Web Exclusive: Product Antipiracy Programs' Return on Investment

- Rich LaMagna, CPP, the former director of Worldwide Anti-piracy Investigations for Microsoft, tells how businesses can protect their intellectual property and contribute to the bottom line.

FBI Places Animal Rights Activist on Most Wanted List

- For the first time in its history, the FBI has placed an animal rights activist and domestic terrorist on its "Most Wanted Terrorists" list.

Gang Problem at Worst Level Since 1990s

- National Youth Gang Survey highlights from 2007 reveal that nearly one-third of surveyed jurisdictions experienced gang problems in 2007, which is the highest level since before 2000.

Data Breach Leads to Risky Counterterrorism Raids on al Qaeda Suspects Across United Kingdom

- Once again Britain's counterterrorism community has learned the value of data security after its top cop inadvertently leaked the details of a counterterrorism operation yesterday, which prompted the police to launch raids on suspected al Qaeda terrorists earlier than planned.

Muslim-American Organizations Debate Maintaining Ties to FBI

- Charges that the FBI has infiltrated mosques and mistreated a popular Muslim civil rights organization are jeopardizing the cooperation established between the Muslim-American community and the FBI after the events of 9-11, The Washington Post reports.

Protecting Homo Sapiens

- Animal rights extremists, who once relied on nonlethal actions against labs involved in biomedical research, now violently target researchers and others they see as aiding the research organizations. Learn how the biomedical research community has adapted.

Fighting Stalking

- A recent survey finds that approximately 3.4 million Americans have experienced stalking over a 12-month period, although what constitutes the crime makes it difficult to prosecute.

Taser Electronic Control Devices and Sudden In-Custody Death: Separating Evidence From Conjecture

- Have stun guns caused the death of criminal suspects? Police Chief Howard E. Williams says "no."

Gang Activity

- There are more than 1 million gang members in 20,000 gangs operating across the United States, according to the FBI's annual National Gang Threat Assessment 2009.

Stalking

- How prevalent is stalking in the United States? The Bureau of Justice Statistics recently released a comprehensive look at the crime.  

Animal Extremist Attacks

- Track when, where, and how animal rights extremists attack their targets from 1997 to the present using a new interactive map created by the Foundation for Biomedical Research.

Shootings in Alabama and Germany Kill Over 20 Combined

- A man in Alabama and a 17-year-old boy in Germany went on similar shooting sprees Tuesday and Wednesday morning, killing over 20 people.
 




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