A settlement in the Countrywide case?

Oct 15, 2010
A meeting is scheduled in the fraud and insider trading case against three former Countrywide Financial executives. Reports say this signal that the SEC may have reached a settlement against the executives. Reporter Janet Babin talks the details with Bill Radke.
Posted In: Crime

School district pays up after using webcam to watch student at home

Oct 14, 2010
A Pennsylvania school district will pay $610,000 to settle a case involving webcam spying. The conflict began when webcam-equipped laptops were loaned out to students. Then, one student was accused of doing drugs in his bedroom. Why? Because of photos taken secretively on the webcam. We talk webcams, computers, and individual rights.
Posted In: Crime

Will halted foreclosures hurt housing?

Oct 7, 2010
The Justice Department is looking into whether banks have been improperly foreclosing on properties and evicting the owners. Ally Financial, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America have halted foreclosures in 23 states while they try to figure out whether legal paperwork is in, in fact, legal. What will the freeze will do to the real estate market? Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: Crime, Housing

Mere mortals can't defeat Zeus

Oct 6, 2010
More than 100 people in the U.S., England, and other countries have been arrested for stealing money online using a bit of malicious computer code called Zeus. But those arrests will not stop more of these attacks from happening. We learn what Zeus is, how it works, and how easy it is to purchase online.
Posted In: Crime

Guilty French trader faces jail time

Oct 5, 2010
French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel has been found guilty of one of the biggest trading frauds in history. Kerviel amassed a multi-billion loss at the French bank Societe Generale in 2008. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Crime

Verizon to pay for 'mystery' data fees

Oct 4, 2010
Verizon announced that it owes millions of customers a refund for mystery data charges on their bills. Reporter Eve Troeh talks with Bill Radke about what happened and how much money Verizon will pay.
Posted In: Crime

Technology cases coming before the Supreme Court

Oct 4, 2010
The Supreme Court is opening its new session. On the docket: several cases that touch on technology. We talk with legal scholar Jeffrey Rosen about cases involving video games, privacy, and whether AT&T counts as a person in our conversation. Also in this show, the Senate wants commercials to be quieter. What might that sound like?
Posted In: Crime, Law

Bold Senate anti-piracy bill garners support, complaints

Sep 30, 2010
A new bill may change what you're able to see on the web. The bill is aimed at going after material online, like pirated movies, that violates copyright laws. It has bipartisan support in the Senate, but advocates of a freer, less regulated Internet say it takes too broad an approach to law enforcement. We explore the bill and get an update on it.
Posted In: Crime, Internet

A black market for mooncakes in China

Sep 21, 2010
China's mid-Autumn Festival and its tradition of eating mooncakes has lent itself to an underground economy worth billions.
Posted In: Crime, Food, Travel

Scam artists flourish in the recession

Sep 6, 2010
Tess Vigeland examines the latest financial scams with consumer finance columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Sheryl Harris.
Posted In: Crime, Internet