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 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.
Coming or Going? In the Encryption Debate, U.S. Government Doesn’t Know
Senator Blumenthal has issued a call for the FTC to investigate Zoom’s security, illustrating a schism within the government over the issue of encryption.
Huawei Still Open to Licensing Tech to American Company
As the U.S. and Huawei continue battling over worldwide 5G dominance, Huawei has reiterated its willingness to license its tech to an American company.
U.S. Indicts 4 China Military Personnel for Equifax Breach
TheStreet.com is reporting the U.S. has handed down a nine-count indictment against four Chinese military personnel, claiming they hacked into Equifax. “This was a deliberate and sweeping intrusion into the private information of the American people,” Attorney General William Barr…
AG Barr: U.S. and Allies Should Buy Nokia and Ericsson
The International Business Times (IBT) is reporting that Attorney General William Barr has floated the possibility of the U.S. and allies buying a controlling interest in Nokia and Ericsson to help combat Huawei. According to IBT, in a speech at…
FBI Recruits Interpol to Condemn End-to-End Encryption
Attorney General William Barr and his Australian and British counterparts made headlines recently when they wrote an open letter urging Facebook to create backdoors in its encryption. Not content with open letters, the FBI has drafted a resolution for Interpol…