NYT: Apple engineers may quit before cracking the iPhone
The company's rebellious, anti-authority culture might provide an unexpected roadblock to the FBI.
The DoJ is trying to force Apple to comply with the FBI
The Department of Justice has filed a motion to compel the company to follow the FBI's orders.
Report: DOJ opens criminal investigation of Uber data breach
Reuters says the Department of Justice will investigate whether a Lyft employee was involved in the hack.
IRS promises to get a search warrant before spying on cellphones
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen says his agency will comply with the DOJ's new rules.
New DHS policy demands warrants before deploying Stingrays
DHS officials will have to have signed warrant before deploying the cell tower impersonation devices.
Apple's e-book business is no longer under scrutiny
Apple can go about its e-book business entirely unsupervised.
Department of Justice plans to crack down on counterfeits sold online
The US Justice department announces a plan to fight counterfeit goods sold online.
DoJ shells out $23 million for the President's body camera pilot program
Body cameras are rolling out to more local police departments
DOJ's new Stingray rules: feds need a warrant to track phones
The feds are going to need a warrant to use "Stingray" devices that act as a fake cell tower to locate suspect's cellphones