SAP Admits to Illegal Software Exports to Iran

SAP entered into an agreement with the Department of Justice (DOJ), admitting it illegally exported thousands of copies of its software to Iran.

DOJ Halts Net Neutrality Lawsuit Against California

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has withdrawn a lawsuit challenging California’s net neutrality rules.

Google Closes Fitbit Deal

Google has closed its Fitbit deal, despite investigations and concerns over potential privacy and antitrust implications.

Visa Ends Plaid Takeover Bid Amid DOJ Suit

Visa is abandoning its plans to acquire Plaid after the Department of Justice (DOJ) sued over antitrust concerns.

Google Now Facing Third Suit, As 30 State Sue Over ‘Illegal Monopoly’

Google is being sued by 30 states, as the company faces its third lawsuit over abusing its monopoly in search and online advertising.

Facebook Sued by FTC and 48 US Jurisdictions In Antitrust Case

As expected, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), along with a coalition of US jurisdictions, has sued Facebook over antitrust accusations.

Google’s Problems Worsen: State Lawsuits May Be Coming In Weeks

Google’s antitrust issues are on the verge of getting much worse, as Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton warns state lawsuits may be coming.

DOJ Suing to Block Visa’s Plaid Acquisition

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is suing to block Visa’s acquisition of Plaid, citing concerns over Visa’s monopoly in the online payments market.

Antitrust Case Against Facebook May Be Next

Just days after the DOJ filed an antitrust case against Google, the FTC may be planning a similar case against Facebook.

DOJ Files Antitrust Charges Against Google

The US Department of Justice has officially filed antitrust charges against Google, accusing the search giant of monopolistic practices regarding its search business.