Uber may face federal investigation over foreign bribery
It could compound the company's ongoing troubles.
Judge orders DreamHost to hand over data from anti-Trump site
He granted the DoJ’s amended warrant request with some added stipulations.
DOJ demands info on 1.3M visitors to protest-organizing website
Insider trader caught because he googled how to commit fraud
Here’s a tip: don’t google how to commit a crime while committing that crime.
US sues Fiat Chrysler over diesel emissions cheating
It supposedly used software to mislead regulators.
Russian spies indicted in massive Yahoo account breach
It's the first time the US has hit Russian feds with cybercrime charges.
US law enforcement can't ask companies to turn over foreign data
Microsoft's case over foreign searches has survived an appeal.
How an obscure rule lets law enforcement search any computer
Today's changes to Rule 41 expand the Justice Department's reach in the digital world.
DOJ: Cinemas must offer tech for blind and deaf customers
Cinemas need to advertise and offer closed captioning glasses and audio description headsets to disabled patrons.