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.
US government releases official guidelines for smart guns
The Department of Justice has laid out its expectations for smart gun manufacturers.
'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.
Trader pleads guilty to sparking stock market 'Flash Crash'
Navinder Sarao admitted to using software trades to profit from panic.
US government releases proposed guidelines for smart guns
Smart weapons will need a 'security device' to prevent unauthorized use.
Your iBooks price fixing credit is on its way
You'll get $6.93 per book thanks to Apple's alleged collusion with publishers.
US surveillance court didn't reject a single spy order last year
The FBI and NSA still don't have any trouble getting permission to intercept calls and messages.