"Among more than 300 legitimate businesses affected by the raid on Crydon were Intelmate, which provides inmate calling services for prisons and jails and had about $100,000 in equipment seized in the raid; a credit card processing company that had just become PCI compliant and was in the process of signing on its first customers; Primary Target, a video game company that makes first-person shooters; a mortgage brokerage; and a number of VoIP companies and international telecoms that provided customers with service to the U.S. through servers belonging to a separate company Faulkner ran called Intelivox. These customers essentially lost connectivity to the U.S. after the raid, Faulkner says."
CBS also has run a story on the raids at:
http://cbs11tv.com/l...s.2.974706.html ,including video of the FBI loading hundreds of computers in the back of trucks.
If company's such as Liquid Motors, LLC ( http://www.liquidmotors.com ) can be put out of business and have the FBI and government confiscate all of their equipment valued of over $400,000+ because they sublet space out of a Core IP cages.
Wired.com Magazine also published the court documents and TRO and lawsuit filed by Liquid Moters, Inc v Lynd/ USA at
Not only does it bring up the legality of the FBI to seize servers and digital data that Law Firms, CPA's, Doctors, and anyone else that in entrusted with sensitive information and is bound to protect, that has equipment in Data Center's or Colocation Facilities.
But it also now brings up how to work with your Insurance providers, lawyers, and Data Centers to incorporate into your Businesses Disaster Recovery Plan, so you can get back online and functioning. Any Ideas ?
I have compiled a listing of numerous documents and links to news stories http://www.securityf....tv/dallascolo/ , I will also be working on .zipping all of the documents up so they can be easily downloaded.
Edited by Infinite51, 12 April 2009 - 02:18 AM.