This time of year, it can seem like the world is swimming in predictions for the new year, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is no exception. In fact, in fast-evolving areas like IoT, multitudes of trends and opportunities and challenges are in play, making predictions ridiculously easy — just about anything can happen, and
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Prosecution of a door supervisor working without a licence
Human remains recovered by FBI Evidence Response Teams from the Cincinnati and Indianapolis Field Offices on July 30, 2018 have been identified as Israel Anibal Mejia-Martinez.
Law enforcement arrested two suspects for Trafficking of a Child for Sexual Purposes.
The FBI has taken Michael Nissen of Albuquerque into custody on a federal complaint charging him with interstate communications in violation of 18 USC 875(c).
Dennis M. Suellentrop, Jr., 38, was sentenced to 120 years in prison for production and possession of child pornography.
Tariq Butt, 42, of Buffalo, New York, who was convicted of theft of government funds, was sentenced to serve 12 months in prison.
Kelly Liu was sentenced to 16 months in federal prison following her convictions for securities fraud and conspiracy to commit securities fraud.
Two individuals, including a City of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation Department employee, pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and theft of funds.