Google will pay $391.5 million as part of its settlement with 40 U.S. states after it continued to track users' location data even after turning location tracking features off in the settings.
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TikTok is reportedly being investigated by the U.S. government for not moderating child sexual abuse material (CSAM) on the social media platform and being a hunting ground for predators.
In an exposé, a former Microsoft employee-turned whistleblower has recounted his experiences of how the company engages in hundred of millions of dollars in bribery in the middle east and Africa.
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.
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.
After sustaining a series of losses since filing its $3 billion IPO earlier last year, Snap has confirmed that the U.S. Justice Department and SEC are conducting a probe on its 2017 public offering.
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.
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.
The DoJ is looking to indict four people who were allegedly involved in at least one of the attacks that left hundreds of millions of Yahoo user accounts exposed. Three of them are living in Russia.
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 United States has, for the first time, sentenced a terrorist-related hacker for stealing information about 1,300 US military personnel. Ardit Ferizi, has been handed a 20-year sentence.
Microsoft sued the US Department of Justice back in April over gagging orders. Now several big players including Apple, Mozilla and the EFF have come out in support of the software company.
Researchers have discovered a way to break Apple's iMessage encryption and probe the device for the unlock key. With this, they got access to iCloud files sent through the iMessage platform.
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.
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 new report shows that the US Drug Enforcement Agency is tracking millions of cars and people in real-time as they move across the country. They also have a database with hundreds of millions of more
According to a new FBI flyer, internet cafes should be on the lookout for anyone who seems 'overly concerned about privacy,' or anyone who logs into AOL, as these may be signs of terrorism.
Back in July of 2010, Google announced its plans to purchase ITA software for $700 million dollars. The company provides flight data to airlines, travel agencies, and other travel related systems, and Google hoped to...
The U.S. Justice department has begun a preliminary antitrust inquiry into Apple's business practices in relation to its iTunes Music Store; the New York Times reports. Apple controls 69 percent of the online music sales market...
In a statement today, lawyers from the the U.S. Justice Department announced they would not file charges against Apple Inc., CEO Steve Jobs, and other current or former executives in a probe of backdated employee...
The U.S. Department of Justice and state attorneys general are concerned that Microsoft is revising deadlines that it agreed to as part of its antitrust settlement. At issue are changes that Microsoft says it needs...