Feds investigate child porn on P2P networks - 65 arrests, 1,000 cases announced 5/14/04 AP Washington "A nationwide probe into child pornography trafficking using Internet file-sharing networks has resulted in 1,000 investigations and at least 65 arrests, federal officials announced Friday. The broader investigation centers on the growing use of "peer-to-peer," or P2P, networks that allow users to connect computers directly with one another to exchange files rather than using traditional Internet servers that are easier to track." http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4980441/ this one paragraph fwd from L Moss Sharman More details in pornography case - Responding to a motion by Stephen W. Thompson's lawyers, a U.S. prosecutor defended the seizure of a "monstrous" cache from the EX-JUDGE'S Shore home. By John Shiffman Inquirer Staff Writer 5/13/04 Camden "A federal prosecutor said yesterday that a "monstrous collection" of child pornography kept by a former state Superior Court judge had been lawfully seized from his Shore home. In a legal filing, the prosecutor said Stephen W. Thompson's cache of child pornography included "thousands of images of naked or partially naked children engaged in sexually explicit conduct." At one point, the judge kept 20 such images on the laptop computer he used on the bench in Camden County, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Diana Carrig. From the desktop in his chambers, Carrig said, Thompson e-mailed a Web site that sold child pornography and downloaded information from a "travel sex guide" site. Thompson is charged with possession of child pornography and traveling to Russia to videotape himself having sex with a teenage boy."