US busts $530 million Infraud cybercrime ring
It's one of the largest ever prosecuted in the country.
Chinese man pleads guilty to selling counterfeit Apple gear in US
He received $1.1 million as part of a plan involving US residents.
Malware creator charged for 13-year spying spree
He allegedly stole data and collected porn based on victims' searches.
UK tribunal declares WikiLeaks a media organization
It could make any US extradition attempts more difficult.
DOJ confirms criminal investigation into Uber vs. Waymo
The judge unsealed a letter that is delaying a civil case between these two.
AT&T extends the deadline for its Time Warner merger to April
The acquisition must be completed by April 22nd.
DOJ slaps AT&T with antitrust lawsuit over Time Warner purchase
AT&T called the move a "radical and inexplicable departure from decades of antitrust precedent."
DC Superior Court reins in DOJ’s Facebook snooping
It conceded to some challeges made by an ACLU lawsuit
DOJ may sue to block AT&T's purchase of Time Warner
It's unclear what's going to happen with the merger.