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.
DOJ demands Twitter account info following discussion of an agent
It's protecting an FBI agent by going after people who talked about him.
Microsoft drops its lawsuit over gag orders on DoJ searches
A new policy limits data requests that prevent companies from telling customers.
Supreme Court will hear challenge to Microsoft's data privacy case
The DOJ wants the authority to access US companies' overseas data.
Judge limits government warrant for info on anti-Trump protest site
They’re allowed to redact personal information of any user not involved in criminal activity.
ACLU challenges DOJ request for info on 6,000 anti-Trump Facebook users
Just because they 'liked' a page that helped organize protesters.
Justice Department takes aim at Hurricane Harvey scammers
Around a dozen agencies are working together to take down illegal activity.