DOJ Creates National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team

The Department of Justice has announced the formation of a team dedicated to cryptocurrency enforcement.

Zoom’s Five9 Purchase Under National Security Review

Zoom’s purchase of Five9, a leading intelligent cloud contact center provider, is undergoing a US national security review.

LAPD Collects Everyone’s Social Media Data and Social Security Numbers

The LAPD has instructed officers to collect social media data and social security numbers on everyone they stop.

Biden Will Nominate Long-Time Google Foe to Lead DOJ Antitrust Efforts

In a worrisome sign for Big Tech, President Joe Biden plans to nominate Jonathan Kanter, a long-time Google foe, to head the DOJ antitrust division.

DOJ and DHS Launch Website to Help Ransomware Victims

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have launched StopRansomware.gov as a one-stop cybersecurity resource.

DOD Appears Ready to Fight Long-Term for JEDI Contract

The Department of Defense has filed court documents indicating it is prepared to continuing fighting for its JEDI contract decision.

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The Department of Justice (DOJ) has withdrawn a lawsuit challenging California’s net neutrality rules.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