Displaying items by tag: US Justice Department

With the US elections a week away and warnings of Russian, Iranian and other foreign involvement pouring out from every conceivable source, the US appears to have hit peak paranoia mode.

Published in Open Sauce

The US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have launched an investigation into Microsoft over possible bribery and corruption in connection with software sales in Hungary.

Published in Technology Regulation

There has been a considerable amount of triumphalism evident in US government statements following the arrest of Artem Vaulin, the alleged head of the Kickass Torrents website, and the subsequent shutdown of seven domains it was using.

Published in Open Sauce

The FBI has gained access to the data on an iPhone 5C without the help of Apple, ending a stoush that had threatened to end up in the Supreme Court.

Published in Security

A judge in New York has ruled that the US Justice Department cannot force Apple to provide access to data in an iPhone in a routine drug case in Brooklyn.

Published in Open Sauce

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