American and British Governments May Have Spied on WoW and Xbox Live

American and British spies infiltrated World of Warcraft and Second Life, using the games to monitor what they think are terrorist communications, recruit informers, and gather data on communications between players, according to classified documents uncovered by the non-profit investigative journalism organization… » 12/09/13 8:35am 12/09/13 8:35am

The NSA Mines an Insane Amount of Data From Every Tech Service You Use

Wow. Nothing is sacred. The Washington Post has discovered that the NSA and FBI have teamed up to tap into the servers of nine US tech companies—Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple, you name it—and have extracted e-mails, photographs, audio, video, documents and connection logs. They basically have free reign to take… » 6/06/13 9:10pm 6/06/13 9:10pm

Second Life Winds Up In FBI Gang Intelligence Dossier

Second Life isn't simply a virtual realm where people starve horses, troll others having sex, and traffic in counterfeit groovie-goolies sex devices. No, it's also a network through which gangs discuss and plot their evil deeds, says none other than the Eff Bee Eye. » 11/03/11 7:30pm 11/03/11 7:30pm

Report: Lulz Security Sony Hacker Arrested

As hacker collective Lulz Security claims it snagged Sony Computer Entertainment's Developer Network source code, newspaper The Epoch Times reports that one LulzSec member, Robert Cavanaugh, is believed to be in FBI custody. » 6/06/11 7:54pm 6/06/11 7:54pm

FBI Pulls Online Game Records Of Accused Tucson Shooter

The FBI on Wednesday asked for communications logs from Earth Empires, the massively multiplayer online game played by Jared Loughner, accused of the shooting Saturday in Tucson, Ariz. that left six dead and 14 wounded, including a member of Congress. » 1/13/11 12:00am 1/13/11 12:00am