Justice

Texas Social Media Law Battle Heads To Supreme Court

Battle between Texas and social networking giants reaches US Supreme Court, and it could decide future of online content moderation…

8 hours ago

Nvidia Charged By SEC For ‘Inadequate Disclosures’ About Crypto Mining

US financial regulator charges GPU giant Nvidia for “inadequate disclosures” concerning the impact of crypto mining on the company’s gaming…

2 weeks ago

Killnet Threatens To Shut Down Hospital Ventilators, After London Arrest

Russian cybercrime hacking group Killnet reportedly threaten to shut down ventilators at British hospitals, after gang member arrest in London

2 weeks ago

EU Antitrust Head Calls For Global Approach To Tackle Big Tech

Europe's antitrust boss Margrethe Vestager says there needs to be a global approach to tackle the power of big name…

2 weeks ago

Dutch Watchdog To Investigate Google Play Store Practices

The Netherlands' competition watchdog remains locked in a dispute with Apple, but now has opted to also investigate the practices…

2 weeks ago

German Minister Urges Tougher EU Antitrust Action

Must get tougher? German minister urges EC to consider breaking up companies for serious antitrust breaches, amid antitrust reform proposals

2 weeks ago

US To Impose Sanctions On China’s Hikvision – Report

Biden administration is targetting Chinese CCTV giant Hikvision with potential sanctions for 'enabling' human rights abuses

2 weeks ago

Google Calls For Dismissal Of £1.25bn EU Antitrust Fine

Google begins laying out arguments in Luxembourg's General Court calling for the dismissal of a £1.25bn EU antitrust fine over…

2 weeks ago

Global Nations Sign Declaration For Free, Open Internet

Multiple nations including US, UK, France, Germany, Spain, launch 'Declaration for the Future of the Internet' to safeguard open and…

3 weeks ago

Amazon Won’t Face Federal Action Over Tornado Warehouse Collapse

No citation or penalities to be issued by federal agency, after December tornado flattened Amazon's DLI4 warehouse, killing six people

3 weeks ago

Israeli Private Eye Pleads Guilty In Wirecard Hacking Case

Israeli private detective pleads guilty to hacking targets on behalf of Wirecard, in first successful prosectution since German fintech's collapse…

4 weeks ago

Tesla Asks Judge For Pause In California Racism Lawsuit

Electric car maker Tesla asks US judge for a pause in racial discrimination lawsuit brought against it by Californian agency

4 weeks ago

US Appeals Court Will Not Overturn California Net Neutrality Ruling

US Court of Appeals will not reconsider its decision to uphold California's net neutrality law, but telecom groups may appeal…

4 weeks ago

Apple Faces Extra EU Antitrust Charge Over Music Streaming – Report

European Commission is reportedly mulling an additional antitrust charge, amid its ongoing music streaming investigation of Apple

1 month ago

Botnet Controlled By Russia’s GRU Disrupted By US, UK

Botnet controlled by Russian military intelligence disrupted by the United States, which removed GRU control of thousands of infected devices

1 month ago

US Court Ends China’s ZTE Probation

Five year US probation for Chinese telecoms firm ZTE, for selling American goods to North Korea and Iran, has been…

2 months ago

Google Settles Lawsuit With Fired Engineers

Settlement with four former engineers who sued Google over alleged retaliation, because of their staff organising activities

2 months ago

Meta Allows Calls For Violence Against Putin And Russian Soldiers

Twitter blocks two tweets from Russian embassy in London about bombing of Mariupol hospital, as Meta eases restrictions on violence…

2 months ago

Elon Musk Asks Judge For End Of Oversight Of His Tweets

Tesla boss Elon Musk formally asks a US judge to terminate the 2018 agreement with the SEC allowing lawyers to…

2 months ago

SEC Responds After Elon Musk’s ‘Unrelenting Harassment’ Allegation

US financial watchdog the SEC responds, after Elon Musk and Tesla made a 'harassment' allegation last week to a US…

3 months ago

Wrongly Convicted Post Office Staff Demand Prison For Former Bosses

Public inquiry update: Former Post Office workers wrongly convicted in Horizon IT scandal, call for prison sentences for management

3 months ago

EU Watchdog Begins Joint Investigation Into Public Sector Cloud Use

European Data Protection Board announces co-ordinated investigation over the use of cloud-based services by public sector organisations

3 months ago

Post Office Horizon Scandal Public Inquiry Begins

The “appalling injustice” of Post Office's Horizon scandal left some victims contemplating suicide after theft allegations and convictions

3 months ago

HMRC Seizes NFTs In £1.4m Fraud Probe

HMRC becomes first UK law enforcement body to seize non-fungible tokens, as authorities warn that crypto assets pose money-laundering risk

3 months ago

Tesla Sued For Racial Discrimination By California

Another reason for Elon Musk to hate California, as local agency sues electric car maker for race discrimination and harassment

3 months ago

FBI Arrest Couple For Alleged Laundering Of $4.5bn In Bitcoin

Married couple arrested in New York by FBI, in largest ever cryptocurrency theft case, as authorities seize $3.6 billion in…

3 months ago

FBI Admits Procurement Of NSO’s Pegasus For ‘Product Testing’

“Limited licence” for NSO's Pegasus spyware was obtained by FBI in 2019, but bureau says it never used it to…

4 months ago

Intel Celebrates As EU Court Strikes Down 2009 Antitrust Fine

Twelve year legal battle sees EU court grant Intel's appeal against $1.2 billion EU antitrust fine over treatment of AMD…

4 months ago

Google Sued For ‘Deceptive’ Location Tracking Practices

Four attorneys general in the US are suing Google for allegedly misleading users about when it was able to track…

4 months ago

Julian Assange Wins Right To Ask Supreme Court For Extradition Appeal

Another twist. Julian Assange wins right to ask UK's Supreme Court if it will hear his appeal against December extradition…

4 months ago