The U.S. DoJ has announced that it has seized $2.3 million worth of Bitcoin that had been paid to ransomware-as-a-service group DarkSide, which was involved in the Colonial Pipeline attack last month.
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The U.S. will address ransomware attacks in a more centralized way according to internal documents seen by Reuters. Ransomware attacks are also being given a priority similar to terrorist attacks.
The United States Department of Justice is reportedly investigating Google's intention to get rid of traditional identifying cookies to make way for federated learning that groups users into cohorts.
The US Department of Justice has indicted John McAfee over cryptocurrency fraud. It said the businessman was involved in a pump-and-dump scheme on Twitter. He's currently detained in Spain.
In response to the recently filed antitrust lawsuit against Google, Mozilla has expressed concerns that cancelling search agreement deals may affect its ability to develop its products.
The United States Department of Justice has moved forward with a lawsuit against Google, citing monopolistic behaviors that violate antitrust laws to maintain its dominance in the search market.
Google's purchase of Looker has been approved by UK, US, and Austrian competition bodies. Looker is a business intelligence firm and will join Google Cloud with integration due in the next few months.
The U.S. Department of Justice reportedly voiced concerns over the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, saying that the deal may not be approved in its current form. A decision hasn't been made yet.
The United States has filed criminal charges against Huawei and some of its associates, plus the company's CFO. The charges relate to attempts to steal information from other companies.
AT&T-owned WarnerMedia accused the U.S. Department of Justice of secretly working with Dish in an ongoing dispute over HBO distribution. The accusation was made after HBO went dark on Dish's service.
Microsoft is encouraged by the proceedings of the United States v. Microsoft Corp. case. Where the Supreme Court has been hearing arguments about overseas data storage and transfer.
Apple has been in hot water since its disclosure that it had slowed down older iPhones in an effort to conserve battery life. Lawmakers are involved, and now two other big guns are also weighing in.
In a ruling today, the U.S. Department of Justice has come in support of Microsoft via a new policy which limits the excessive use of indefinite secrecy orders by the U.S. Government.
Microsoft has announced that the US Supreme Court will be considering the company's major digital privacy case against federal authorities - a legal battle that has continued for over three years.
DreamHost has been working with the DOJ over the past several months and now things have come to a head. In an attempt to protect the privacy of its clients, the web host will now head to court.
The Department of Justice is seeking a reversal of the decision taken in its data stored on foreign servers case against Microsoft. The DOJ has raised the issue to the Supreme Court.
A new extensive report shows that numerous law enforcement agencies are using facial recognition software with no oversight whatsoever, and that half of the US adult population is on file.
The New South Wales Department of Justice has issued a warning on its Facebook page that Poké Trainers should not enter courts to catch Pokémon, and points out it's prohibited to do so.
On Tuesday, Apple was ordered by a United States federal court to assist law enforcement in unlocking the iPhone that was owned by the shooter in the San Bernardino shooting, Syed Rizwan Farook.
More than 22,000 FBI and 9000 Homeland Security employees have had personal information leaked online today, after a hacker or group of hackers got access to the Department of Justice's intranet.
A hacker has been sentenced to 18 months of prison after extorting women by hacking their webcams to obtain illicit images. Among Jared James Abrahams' victims include Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf.
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...