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.
Justice Dept and SEC are reportedly reviewing Apple’s iPhone slowdowns
Sources say the agencies have asked for more information from the company.
Malware creator charged for 13-year spying spree
He allegedly stole data and collected porn based on victims' searches.
Ex-NSA worker pleads guilty to taking data involved in Russian hack
The admission revealed the identity behind a big data breach.
AT&T CEO: DOJ never demanded CNN sale in Time Warner deal
The asset sales were merely suggestions during settlement talks.
AT&T may have to sell major assets to appease DOJ in Time Warner deal
Sources are saying the agency wants divestitures of either Turner Broadcasting or DirecTV.
Equifax committee says executive stock sales weren’t insider trading
It determined the executives didn’t know about the breach before dumping nearly $1.8 million worth of stock.
US could charge six Russian officials over DNC email hacking
Prosecutors reportedly have enough evidence to bring charges next year.