Illinois Moves to Implement Internet Privacy SafeguardsPrivacy advocates say such state protections are needed, particularly given what's happening in Washington, where the Republican-controlled Congress voted to block broadband privacy regulations issued during the end of the Obama administration.
'AT&T Fiber' Expands Gigabit Internet ServicesBigger, faster internet is coming to more corners of the St. Louis region.
Senate Votes to Limit Internet PrivacyA Senate vote could affect what internet providers could do with your browsing habits - without your permission.
Fake Ad for 'Female Companionship' Tricks Multiple Robbery VictimsMen were told to go to a home in East Alton, but when they arrived they would be robbed at gunpoint.
Rural Wildwood Residents Getting Closer to High Speed InternetThousands of rural Wildwood residents are closer to finally having high speed internet access.
Man Pleads Guilty to Making Online Threats Toward MizzouSentencing is set for June 16.
'Rams.com' Owner Not Necessarily Cashing InA Toronto man could be six figures richer now that the Rams are gone -- if he wants.
Man Gets 18 Months for Hacking Missouri Police Union WebsiteThirty-three-year-old Justin Payne was sentenced Monday in St. Louis.
What Are Sports-Betting Sites like DraftKings and FanDuel Up To?"The daily fantasy sports industry has maintained that their product is 100 percent legal because of a carve-out provided in a federal law known as the Unlawful Internet [Gambling] Enforcement Act of 2006," Wallach says. "There's a carve-out for fantasy sports."
Sextortion, Cyber Crime Targeting Young Boys and GirlsSextortion is a growing internet crime that is targeting young girls and boys.
Wi-Fi User Downloads Porn at South St. Louis Bar Businesses may soon have to watch their free Wi-Fi services after someone at a South St. Louis bar downloaded hard core pornography.
Franklin County Man Sentenced for Child Exploitation, Child PornographyGary A. Dotson was sentenced to 24 years in prison for child exploitation and child pornography offenses.