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Thomas Penfield Jackson, the federal judge who tried and failed in 2000 to break up Microsoft because he thought it was a monopoly, has passed away at the age of 76.
The US Department of Justice has shut down three websites, applanet.net, appbucket.net and snappzmarket.com, that the government claims had illegal Android apps for download.
That totally inaffective and annoying little logo you see at the start of movies is about to become a lot more common: the FBI is about to let anyone use its anti-piracy seal for anyone to use.
A man who has been requesting for months to get access to data he created and owns from the now shut down MegaUpload site is being blocked by the Department of Justice.
A new report claims that the US government has taken over 130 or more web domains that have been labeled as offering pirated software or counterfeited items in an new crackdown operation.
The US Department of Justice has filed its concerns over a deal between Google and several book publishers which would see the creation of what could be the world's biggest virtual library. They have urged...