Justice Department antitrust head says big tech isn’t necessarily bad
But behaving badly is another story.
DOJ decides it should publicly 'expose' foreign election schemes
The DOJ plans to tell people if they're targets of election-related cyberattacks and propaganda.
Justice Department appeals approval of Time Warner-AT&T merger
The deal isn't even a month old.
DOJ: FBI prematurely took Apple to court over San Bernardino iPhone
It determined the agency didn't explore all options ahead of filing for a court order.
DOJ renews push to require access to encrypted devices
It's hoping researchers will tell it what it wants to hear.
Supreme Court to decide if cellphone location data requires a warrant
The case will be heard during the court’s next term.
US sues Fiat Chrysler over diesel emissions cheating
It supposedly used software to mislead regulators.
'FIFA' hackers guilty of 'mining' $16 million from EA
The leader of a group of 'FIFA' hackers has been convicted in a scheme to fraudulently obtain in-game currency.
Government uses gag order to keep encryption company quiet
Signal couldn't tell anyone that law enforcement wanted its records.