Defense lawyers claim that six months of deleted emails were recovered—which Yahoo's policies state is not possible.
But one forensics expert strongly disagrees.
Are cops and feds really “going dark” when snooping on criminals because of encryption?
The dark web isn’t as dark as some criminals would like.
Experts say the move indicates a lack of organization or technical capabilities within the FBI.
Activists argue the ruling could have serious implications for how law enforcement is able to conduct remote searches.
The agency has called for more legislative and technological methods for clamping down on the dark web's narcotics marketplace.
Anonymous browsing is about to get more secure.
For the first time, a hacker will go to prison for terrorism-related crimes.
In fact, it's good for the defendants in the Playpen case, FBI agent says.