The FBI has a long list of enemies. There are of course terrorists, organized criminals and street gangs. One can't forget hackers and foreign spies. Add to this list an unlikely foe: Radio Free Asia.
How does a cold-war-era government broadcasting outlet end up posing a threat to the FBI? Because the broadcaster wanted to get its news content into countries with Internet censorship, and the FBI is now worried that the technology it helped foster is enabling cyber criminals.