Carnegie Mellon Denies FBI Quid Pro Quo
This article was posted on Thursday, 17:41, UTC.
Hacked reported last week that Tor director Roger Dingledine made the bold claim that the FBI had directly paid Carnegie Mellon University researchers at their Software Engineering Institute to help uncloak Tor nodes and aid law enforcement in prosecuting Dark Web criminals. Carnegie Mellon was not consulted in most of the media coverage, but had declined comment to those who inquired. The story was more to do with Dingledine’s allegations and their potential validity than anything. Now Carnegie Mellon has come out to take issue with a particular part of the narrative, the part that says the government compensated the…
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P. H. Madore
P. H. Madore lives in Arkansas with his wife and children. He has covered the cryptocurrency beat over the course of hundreds of articles for Hacked's sister site, CryptoCoinsNews, as well as some of her competitors. He is a major contributing developer to the Woodcoin project, and is currently nearing the completion of a cryptocurrency exchange in concert with the firm he primarily works for, Vermont Secure Computing Consultancy.