More than 800,000 domains were seized, sinkholed , or blocked in 'Operation Avalanche', an effort by law enforcement authorities and researchers in 30 countries.
At midnight changes to Rule 41, which the Department of Justice says is to combat criminals who use anonymization technology, came into effect.
An unknown agent known only as ‘notwonderful’ appears to have been selling information about the Silk Road investigation back to the website’s operator.
Robert Cribb of the Toronto Star and Dave Seglins of the CBC explain how their five-part investigative series into digital policing came to be.
If the vulnerability was a so-called zero day, that would bring up all sorts of disclosure issues for the FBI.
America's top investigative agency is looking to stop bioterror before it happens.
With upcoming changes to Rule 41, experts think this is only the beginning of worldwide hacking by law enforcement agencies.
Norway is just the latest country to be linked to the FBI's massive investigation, and takeover, of dark web child pornography site Playpen.
Encryption and passwords don’t seem to be a huge problem for the FBI after all.