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Teenager Pleads Not Guilty To Organising Twitter Hack

Not me, gov'nor. Florida-based teenager pleads not guilty to masterminding major hack of Twitter's internal systems for bitcoin scam

1 week ago

NSO Fails To Appear In Court After WhatsApp Lawsuit

NSO Group fails to show up in US court to contest WhatsApp spyware lawsuit, despite promising to 'vigorously fight' Facebook's…

5 months ago

Julian Assange Could Be ‘Tortured To Death’, Doctors Claim

Doctors pen open letter to The Lancet making astonishing claim about Assange's fate, but spokesman says his health is improving

6 months ago

United States Levels New Charges Against Huawei

US accuses Huawei of stealing trade secrets and assisting Iran, as US Commerce Dept extends temporary trading license for 45…

6 months ago

Amazon Files Motion To Halt Microsoft Work On Pentagon JEDI Contract

Amazon has (as expected) filed a motion with US court to halt Microsoft's work on Pentagon JECI contract until appeal…

7 months ago

Huawei Lawyer For CFO Disputes US Extradition Request

Four day trial in Vancouver courtroom sees Huawei CFO battle US request for extradition on bank fraud and sanctions busting…

7 months ago

Post Office Settles Horizon IT System Dispute

Post Office to pay nearly £58m after years of fraud disputes with sub postmasters over the Horizon accounting system

8 months ago

Apple ‘Deeply Concerned’ Former Staff May Flee To China – Report

Former Apple staff who allegedly stole data concerning its self-driving cars, present a flight risk US prosecutors have told a…

8 months ago

Elon Musk Says Sorry To British Diver For ‘Pedo Guy’ Tweet

Tesla boss in court apologises directly to Vernon Unsworth, but also admits to hiring private detective to investigate British diver

8 months ago

Elon Musk Heads To Court Over ‘Pedo’ Tweet

Tesla boss Elon Musk to face the British diving specialist he accused of being a paedophile, in Los Angeles courtroom…

8 months ago

America Criticised For Mike Lynch Extradition Request

US DoJ officials damned for filing extradition request for former Autonomy boss, whilst a court case is ongoing in London

9 months ago

Sweden Drops Rape Investigation Against Julian Assange

Main reason for Wikileak co-founder's self-imposed confinement in Ecuadorean embassy is dropped by Swedish prosecutors

9 months ago

Julian Assange Loses Extradition Delay Attempt

Assange loses court bid to delay extradition hearing, after arguing he needs more time to prepare defence

10 months ago

Judge Spares Jail Time For Parents Of TalkTalk Hacker

Suspended jail sentences for 'misguided' parents of TalkTalk hacker Elliott Gunton

10 months ago

Former Yahoo Engineer Hacked Accounts For User Porn

Reyes Daniel Ruiz pleads guilty after hacking 6,000 accounts, targetting younger women, to search for porn

10 months ago

US Attempt To Disqualify Huawei Lawyer Goes To Court

American case against former DoJ official who is now Huawei's lead lawyer goes to court

11 months ago

Kim Dotcom Makes Final Plea To Avoid Extradition To US

New Zealand's highest court has begun hearing final bid to halt extradition of Kim Dotcom to the US

1 year ago

Julian Assange ‘Too Ill’ To Appear For Court Hearing

The health of Wikileaks co-founder in question after his lawyers state he is too ill to appear for court hearing

1 year ago

Julian Assange Tells London Court No ‘Surrender To US’

Wikileaks co-founder begins his fight against extradition to the United States with defiant statement

1 year ago

Huawei To ‘Vigorously Oppose’ US Attempt To Remove Its Lawyer

US authorities seek removal of Huawei lawyer in Iranian sanctions busting case, but don't disclose reasons

1 year ago

Julian Assange Jailed For A Year For Breaching Bail

Wikileaks co-founder sentenced to 50 weeks in a British jail for breaching bail conditions

1 year ago

Huawei Enters Not Guilty Plea Against US Charges

Chinese firm responds in New York courtroom to US indictments of Iranian sanction busting and bank fraud

1 year ago

Qualcomm Says Apple Owes It $7bn In Royalties

Legal battle continues as Qualcomm now says Apple owes it $7bn in overdue royalty payments

2 years ago

California To Suspend State Net Neutrality Law Until Court Ruling

Showdown between US states and federal government averted until court rules on Trump's net neutrality “roll-back”

2 years ago

Twenty Two US States Demand Return Of Net Neutrality

Group of attorney generals ask court to halt FCC's efforts to stop US states imposing their own open Internet rules

2 years ago

US Government Pressures Facebook Over Messenger Encryption

Officials want Facebook's help to crack encryption, so they can listen to suspect's voice conversations

2 years ago

WannaCry Hero Marcus Hutchins Faces More Charges

British security researcher who halted last year's WannaCry outbreak, faces more US charges

2 years ago

Google Stung By Lawsuit Alleging Recruitment Bias

Workforce diversity at Google is under the spotlight again, as a former recruiter alleges bias against white and Asian men

2 years ago

Microsoft’s Skype Loses Belgian Appeal Over Customer Data

Microsoft unit fine upheld and is ordered to hand over customer data relating to criminal investigation

3 years ago

John McAfee Settles Legal Fight With Intel

What's in a name? Colourful former security tycoon reaches settlement with Intel over use of his name

3 years ago