Defense Lawyers Say FBI Went Too Far in Cybercrime Sting

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In an effort to halt cybercrime that endangers young children, federal agents have trampled on basic privacy protections, attorneys argued in a Houston courtroom, joining a nationwide consortium of defense lawyers fighting a sweeping federal investigation, the Houston Chronicle reports. They're questioning whether federal agents had the right to seize computers - and gigabytes of incriminating evidence - in . . .

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