CEO who sold encrypted phones to drug cartels pleads guilty to DoJ
Vincent Ramos, the founder of Phantom Secure, will be sentenced in December.
Facebook reportedly avoided DOJ wiretap of Messenger calls
The DOJ pushed for voice call access but a judge ruled against it.
ATM 'jackpotter' sentenced to year in US prison
He helped swipe over $63,000 from one machine.
Tesla reportedly faces DOJ investigation over Elon Musk tweets
The probe is said to be running alongside the SEC’s investigation.
The US government comes for Google, Facebook, and Twitter
To the absolute delight of telco lobbyists.
US charges North Korean man linked to Sony hack and WannaCry
He was also sanctioned along with a group he allegedly worked for.
DOJ will reportedly charge North Korean operative for Sony hack
The Treasury Department is also expected to issue sanctions.
DOJ wants access to suspect's encrypted Facebook Messenger chats
The social network is reportedly resisting, for which it may be held in contempt of court.
More states join lawsuit to keep 3D-printed gun plans off the internet
And the temporary restraining order has been extended until August 28th.