Bipartisan bill aims to prevent the government from forcing backdoors
It would block agencies from requesting access and courts from compelling it.
DOJ wants Turner properties spun off if AT&T deal is approved
Alternatively, it proposed AT&T sell DirecTV ahead of acquiring Time Warner.
DOJ is reportedly investigating Huawei for violating Iran sanctions
The latest in the US/Huawei saga.
GSMA puts eSIM work 'on hold' due to US collusion investigation
You might not see card-free phones for a while.
Cambridge Analytica accused of violating US election laws
Official complaints allege Cambridge illegally skewed key campaigns.
DOJ renews push to require access to encrypted devices
It's hoping researchers will tell it what it wants to hear.
DOJ indicts nine Iranians for state-sponsored hacking effort
They've been indicted on seven federal crimes including conspiracy and computer fraud.
US AG creates a new 'Cybersecurity Task Force'
Its claimed intent is to study election interference and other internet threats.
US busts $530 million Infraud cybercrime ring
It's one of the largest ever prosecuted in the country.