DOJ is trying to stop US VoIP carriers from hosting foreign robocalls
Those companies make it possible for overseas fraudsters to trick American consumers over the phone.
Google reportedly facing a DOJ probe over its $2.1 billion Fitbit purchase
The 'New York Post' says the DOJ and the FTC both wanted to investigate the merger.
DOJ charges two Russians with using malware to steal millions
Officials are offering a $5 million reward for info leading to an arrest.
AT&T and Verizon agree to change their eSIM practices
The DOJ is closing its investigation and says it found no wrongdoing.
ACLU sues to reveal the FBI's uses of facial recognition
The Justice Department and DEA are also targets in the lawsuit.
Google faces scrutiny from Congress, DOJ over plans to encrypt DNS
Officials are concerned it might give Google an unfair advantage.
Justice Department sets rules for using genealogy sites to solve crimes
It wants to balance justice with privacy concerns.
Google acknowledges DOJ scrutiny as part of competition review
It's handing over information about past antitrust cases.
DOJ launches probe of automakers that agreed to California emissions rules
In a separate letter, the EPA warned California it should back out of the deal.