Espionage: U.S. Charges Chinese Hackers

Espionage: U.S. Charges Chinese Hackers

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced the charging of espionage against five Chinese hackers for allegedly stealing trade secrets from American companies to gain economic advantage. This marks the first-ever cyber, economic espionage case between two nations. Chinese government officials responded to the announcement, saying the accusations of espionage were both “absurd and […]

Boston Lawmakers Discuss Juvenile Parole Eligibility

Boston Lawmakers Discuss Juvenile Parole Eligibility

Boston lawmakers convened Wednesday to discuss parole eligibility for juveniles convicted of first-degree murder. The Judiciary Committee held a hearing in response to a December 2013 Supreme Judiciary Court ruling, which found life sentences without parole for juveniles unconstitutional. In a cramped hearing room, the committee heard testimonies for and against three bills, trying to […]

Boston Families Protest Supreme Court Ruling

Boston Families Protest Supreme Court Ruling

Yesterday families of homicide victims gathered at the Massachusetts State House to protest a Supreme Judicial Court ruling which will allow a chance at parole for juveniles convicted of first-degree murder. RepresentativesĀ of murder victims Beth Brodie, Amy Carnevale, Janet Downing, Lewis Jennings and Bonnie Sue Mitchell metĀ at noon to present 15,000 signatures in protest of […]

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