All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘DOJ’

Poolmageddon: Trial Lawyers Might Get $45 Million Back from Obama Administration

Eric Holder is one of the leaders of President Obama’s Department of Justice (DOJ) and he has been issuing “guidelines” that businesses must follow to comply with a multitude of the nation’s civil rights laws. Holder has been proactive about the issue ever since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was established in 1990. The Examiner provided a good example …

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Google’s Motorola Mobility Acquisition Approved By Justice Department

Earlier, we reported that Google had won approval from the European Commission for its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility. Now, the United States Department of Justice has granted its approval as well. Now things should start getting interesting. The DoJ said it was closing its investigations into not only this acquisition, but also into Acquisitions by Apple, Microsoft and …

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DOJ vs. Anonymous: Who’s Tricking Who?

With Anonymous’ #OpMegaUpload in full swing, it’s time to ask ourselves an important question: Who actually has the upper hand in this “battle” – the U.S. Government or Anonymous? You’re probably aware that the DOJ delivered a blow on Thursday with its takedown of major filesharing site MegaUpload. Just hours later, government websites ranging from the DOJ to the U.S. …

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Department of Justice Site Down, Anonymous Takes Credit

More analysis of the Department of Justice vs. Anonymous – Who’s Tricking Who? UPDATE 3: Down go the RIAA and the MPAA’s sites as well. The DOJ’s website (www.justice.gov) is currently down, and Anonymous (or at least some arm of it) is taking credit. Check out this tweet: @Anon_CentralAnonymous OperationsOh noes! http://t.co/14soHKDA seems to be down #Megaupload #SOPA #PIPA Expect …

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