The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of changes to some of the rules governing how the government can hack into devices. The new rules allow judges to give warrants outside of their jurisdictions.
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An Apple head, Eddy Cue has spoken out against the DOJ's orders to unlock a phone connected to a terrorist attack. Read on to find out what he thinks the decision could mean for our future privacy.
The Justice Department appeals a pro-Apple decision in a New York case, hoping to get the Cupertino company to unlock a Brooklyn meth dealer's iPhone that runs an older version of iOS.
The FTC is said to be investigating Google over concerns that the company has restricted competition on Android by prioritizing its own apps and services over those of its rivals.
The US Justice Department indicted Reuters employee Matthew Keys on three counts on Thursday, claiming Keys gave the hacker group Anonymous passwords from the Tribune Company when he worked there.
SOPA author Lamar Smith is back again, this time rallying for a new law that would allow the Justice Department to bring down the 'full force of the law' against journalists who leak state secrets.
The US Justice Department is reportedly looking into cable companies with broadband Internet access in order to determine if they are using broadband caps to stop competition from other video sources.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom claims in a new interview that the now shut down file sharing web site had accounts that were created by US government officials, including at the Justice Department.
A federal judge has now set February 13, 2012 as the date for the trial that will determine whether or not AT&T will be able to complete its proposed $39 billion merger with T-Mobile.
The attorney generals for seven states have joined with the Justice Department in its lawsuit designed to block the proposed merger of the AT&T and T-Mobile wireless carriers.
AT&T has responded to the lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice in August that seeks to block AT&T's proposed $39 billion merger with wireless carrier T-Mobile.
The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit to block the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile, claiming that such a move would cause less competition in the wireless phone industry.