Child Porn Rampant in Virginia

Monday, April 14th, 2008

Here’s a nice scary thought… Do you live in Virginia? Well, over the last 2½ years, state officials have received (during undercover investigations) 215,197 Internet child pornography transactions from nearly 20,000 private computers … in the state of VA. And you still think Internet predators and child pornography is just a little thing that is […]

Two [Internet Predators] for Tuesday

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008

Ripped straight from the headlines… Not an April Fool’s joke… Campton Man Convicted in Internet Sex Case by Geoff Cunningham Jr. of The Citizen of Laconia in New Hapshire This first guy was arrested a while back and just recently convicted of attempting to solicit sex from a person he believed to be a minor […]

Connecticut Law Tries to Tackle Internet Predators

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

Didn’t have much news to post over the last few days that was worth noting – but today I found a couple things… Hailing from the Connecticut State government (courtesy of Jennifer Abel at the Hartford Advocate), looks at a new law that would require computer sex criminals to be monitored by the state for […]

Friday Stew… Credit Where Credit’s Due

Friday, March 7th, 2008

As much as I criticize and personally loathe MySpace and social networking, as a student of journalism, I try to be as objective as possible and will continue to report the on-goings of both sides of the coin. In this case, today I will applaud MySpace for (at least publicly) taking a step forward.   […]