logjon writes: While we've seen that copyright infringement — which really should be a civil
issue dealt with between private parties — has suddenly become a major priority
for the FBI, it
appears that the FBI has stopped caring about things that seem a lot more
important. Earlier this year, we noted that the FBI had stopped considering
identity fraud as a
priority. Now, a new report notes that another thing the FBI appears to not care
much about are missing persons cases.
logjon writes: Today, slashdot reached a new low when it took the chance to point the finger at a private corporation for a government fuckup. A police report was improperly redacted, yet the finger was pointed at LifeLock for taking action when it came to light, ignoring the fact that LifeLock did absolutely nothing wrong, but in fact, took preemptive action against this data leak. One can only conclude that slashdot editors are fucktards, oblivious to the fact that police reports are public records, and that said editors cannot even be assed to rtfa. Details at 11.