Tech Talk Web: Feds Tapped Megaupload CEO and Execs PCs With Spyware!!

Don’t have a female flashy you nudes on Skpye if you think the Feds are watching you. The FBI have reported that they built their case against Megaupload with a search warrant to put Spyware on Kim Dotcom and other Megaupload top dogs. Hit the jump for the full story on the FBI investigation. +TatWZA X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+

Tech Talk News: FTC To Investigate Google For Antitrust!!!

Google + may be under some heat with their expansion methods. Hit the jump to see the pending investigation for Google +. +TatWZA X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+

(Video) Tech Talk Crime: Is The Internet Used To Illegally Sell Weapons???

The internet may help you acquire some of the same weapons you use on Call of Duty. But with tragedies like the one at Virginia Tech recently this could make you feel uneasy. Check out the weapons study after the jump. +TatWZA X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+

Details of Cam Newton’s NCAA Investigation Released

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl Kenny Rogers, the Mississippi State alumnus heavily engaged in MSU’s recruitment of former Auburn quarterback Cam Newton, also contacted ousted North Carolina assistant John Blake and others about Newton. Auburn University released on Friday a 32-page report on the NCAA investigation into its national championship winning, Heisman Trophy quarterback.

White House Orders Review Of Energy Department Loans In Wake Of Scandal

The White House has ordered a review of the Energy Department’s loan after Solyndra, a California-based solar company that went bankrupt after receiving a $528 million federal loan. Republicans have been investigating the power company and warned about their problems but still supported it. In wake of the bankruptcy White House records could be subpoenaed as early as next week. Read more after the jump. @Julie1205

Mexican Town’s Entire Police Force Held for Investigation

It makes no difference with or without police in the streets the crimes and murders are the same. More than 100 officers and the entire police force of the town of Linares, Mexico were driven to a nearby town. They are being held for investigation of possible corruption and ties to organized crime. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. @WiL

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