Report: DOJ opens criminal investigation of Uber data breach
Reuters says the Department of Justice will investigate whether a Lyft employee was involved in the hack.
US prosecutes man who hacked identities to help ISIS
The Justice Department has charged a man with leading a hacking team that stole identities to help target the American military.
DOJ: Apple owns your iPhone's software, so it should have a backdoor
The DOJ wants access to your phone even if it's locked.
Department of Justice plans to crack down on counterfeits sold online
The US Justice department announces a plan to fight counterfeit goods sold online.
Comcast fined $33 million for publishing unlisted numbers
Comcast published 75,000 phone numbers that were meant to be unlisted. What happened next will not shock you. Because it got slapped with a $33.4 million fine.
Apple is refusing Justice Department requests for iMessages
It's no surprise that iMessage is protected against snooping, but we now know that Apple has refused Justice Department requests for those chats -- and that might spark a big legal battle.
Virginia teen gets 11 years for ISIS support on Twitter
Minor or not, the Feds will drop the hammer on anyone that supports ISIS online.
21-year-old charged with sextortion crimes
A 21-year-old has been charged with hacking teen girls' social media accounts and holding them hostage until they provided explicit images of themselves.
Authors call on the US to investigate Amazon's book business
Just because Apple is on the hook for allegedly anti-competitive book sales doesn't mean that Amaz...