Binance’s Changpeng Zhao Sentenced To Four Months In Prison

US judge sentences Binance founder, Changpeng Zhao, to four months in prison for ignoring money laundering on his platform

3 weeks ago

Binance Founder Changpeng Zhao To Remain In United States

Judge sides says former Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao must remain in the US whilst he considers he request to return…

6 months ago

Binance Founder Zhao Pleads To Leave United States

Former Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao urges US judge to reject DoJ request to stop him leaving the United States before…

6 months ago

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao Pleas Guilty, Resigns

Binance admits it engaged in anti-money laundering as part of $4 billion settlement with US DoJ. Founder, CEO Changpeng Zhao…

6 months ago

US Wraps Up Landmark Antitrust Case Against Google

Government wraps up its evidentiary phase of landmark antitrust case against Alphabet's Google, but closing arguments may come in 2024

6 months ago

Google CEO Defends Paying Apple For Default Search

Sundar Pichai defends payments, after Google paid Apple $26 billion in 2021 to make its search engine default option

7 months ago

DoJ Creates Cyber Unit, Amid Growing National Security Focus

Sign of the times? US Department of Justice creates a specialist cyber unit within its National Security Division

11 months ago

Amazon To Pay $30m Over Alexa, Ring Privacy Violations

Amazon settles with US FTC, after alleged privacy violations with its Alexa voice assistant and Ring doorbell cameras

12 months ago

US Offers $10 Million Reward For Russian Hacker

US DoJ charges Russian national with ransomware attacks against critical infrastructure in the US and elsewhere

1 year ago

British Man Pleads Guilty To Infamous Twitter Hack

Man alleged to have carried out 2020 hack of public figures including Joe Biden, Kim Kardashian, Bill Gates, pleads guilty…

1 year ago

Judge Rules Google Deleted Chats In Antitrust Case

US federal judge rules Google intentionally sought to “hide the ball” in high profile antitrust case by automatically deleting evidence

1 year ago

Ericsson Pleads Guilty Over Bribery Charges, Axes 8,500 Jobs

Thousands of staff impacted by headcount reduction, as giant telecoms giant pleads guilty to US bribery charges

1 year ago

DoJ Alleges Google Deleted Evidence In Antitrust Case

Serious allegation of misconduct made against Google by US Department of Justice, in its antitrust case against the firm

1 year ago

US DoJ Sues Google Over Online Ad Domination

US DoJ, plus eight US states, sue Alphabet's Google for its dominance in online advertising market, amid calls for it…

1 year ago

Ericsson Provision Filing Hints At Smaller Fine Over Iraq Conduct

Swedish telecoms giant sets aside $220m for a potential fine, amid US investigation into Ericsson’s conduct in Iraq in 2019

1 year ago

FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried Denied Bail, Fights US Extradition

Founder and former CEO of failed crypto exchange FTX appears in court as he faces US charges of defrauding investors

1 year ago

DoJ Watchdog Seeks Investigation Into FTX Collapse

Speculator crash of crypto exchange FTX sees bankruptcy watchdog at the US Department of Justice called for 'independent investigation'

1 year ago

Two Russians Charged By DoJ Over ‘Massive eBook Piracy Website’

Department of Justice charges two Russian nationals over Z-Library, that for a decade offered free downloads of copyrighted ebooks

2 years ago

Tesla Faces Criminal Probe Over Self-Driving Claims – Report

US regulatory investigation of Tesla's self-driving claims, reportedly also subject of a criminal investigation by US Department of Justice

2 years ago

US Charges Two Chinese Intelligence Officers In Huawei Case

BREAKING....multiple charges and arrests in US of mostly Chinese intelligence agents, in case involving a PRC telecoms firm

2 years ago

Ericsson Confirms SEC Investigation Over Iraq Conduct

Swedish firm says it is “fully co-operating” with the US SEC, after it opened an investigation of Ericsson's conduct in…

2 years ago

Twitter Fined $150 Million For Sharing User Telephone Numbers

Privacy settlement with the FTC and DoJ sees Twitter agreeing to pay $150 million for using user email addresses, phone…

2 years 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

2 years ago

US Lawmakers Urge DoJ Investigation Of Amazon

Bipartisan group of US lawmakers urge DoJ investigation of Amazon, alleging potential criminal obstruction of Congress committee

2 years ago

Microsoft To Change Hiring Policy After DoJ Finds Immigrant Discrimination

Software giant Microsoft promises changes after US Department of Justice (DoJ) censures it for over zealous data demands for immigrants

2 years ago

Apple ‘Very Likely’ To Face DoJ Antitrust Lawsuit – Report

Two year investigation by Department of Justice of tech giants has seen acceleration of Apple probe, reportedly increasing likelihood of…

3 years ago

DoJ Recovers Most Of Colonial Pipeline Ransom

Follow the money. US Dept of Justice has seized most of the ransom paid by Colonial Pipeline to DarkSide ransomware…

3 years ago

Judge Refuses To Dismiss AWS Claim Of Trump JEDI Interference

Failure for attempt by Microsoft and US DoJ to dismiss complaint from Amazon Web Services about Trump's JEDI contract interference

3 years ago

US Justice Department Quizzes Ad Execs Over Chrome Changes

US Department of Justice said to be interviewing ad industry executives over Google's proposed Chrome cookie ban, amidst competition complaints

3 years ago