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Online marketplace for stolen credentials Slilpp taken down by authorities

According to the DOJ, Slilpp sold stolen credentials, resulting in losses worth over $200 million in the U.S. alone.

On Jun 11, 2021 by Tricia Crimmins

Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco discusses colonial pipeline bitcoin

Feds seize most of Bitcoin paid out over Colonial Pipeline hack

The funds had been paid out by Colonial Pipeline after the company was targeted last month.

On Jun 7, 2021 by Mikael Thalen

Justice Department Google Antitrust Lawsuit

DOJ calls on courts to break up Google in antitrust lawsuit

Is Google a monopoly?

On Oct 20, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich, David Covucci

Google Justice Department Antitrust Lawsuit

Justice Department to sue Google today over monopolistic practices

The suit has been expected for a while.

On Oct 20, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich

Justice Department International Statement Encryption

Justice Department joins 6 other countries calling for easier access to encrypted data

The Justice Department continues to attack encryption.

On Oct 13, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich

California Net Neutrality Brief

California defends itself against feds attempts to shut down net neutrality law

The government is trying to block California from enforcing its net neutrality law.

On Sep 17, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich


Justice Department fights lawsuit to unseal Julian Assange indictment

The charges were hinted at unintentionally in an unrelated case.

On Nov 26, 2018 by David Gilmour

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Justice Department opens investigation into mobile carriers over alleged collusion

The inquiry revolves around one of the iPhone X's best features.

On Apr 23, 2018 by Phillip Tracy

The Justice Department is under intense scrutiny after reports reveal sexual harassment cases have been mishandled.

Justice Department mishandles, downplays sexual harassment complaints, report reveals

Top officials accused of misconduct are reportedly keeping their jobs and pay.

On Dec 27, 2017 by Ana Valens

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Justice Department lawyer argues LGBTQ employees can be fired for ‘out-of-work sexual conduct’

In the case, one Trump administration department is fighting against another.

On Sep 27, 2017 by Ana Valens

Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Trump’s Justice Department won’t charge officers involved in Freddie Gray’s death

Gray died in police custody.

On Sep 13, 2017 by Ana Valens

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Justice Department corporate ethics watchdog quits over Trump’s conduct

Hui Chen had been an outspoken critic of the Trump administration prior to her resignation.

On Jul 3, 2017 by David Gilmour

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Jeff Sessions wants Congress to let the DOJ go after medical marijuana patients

Attorney General Sessions personally requested Congress change the law.

On Jun 13, 2017 by David Gilmour

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Fired U.S. attorney says Trump tried to ‘cultivate a relationship’ with him

Preet Bharara believes Trump tried to compromise his independence as a federal prosecutor.

On Jun 12, 2017 by David Gilmour

Mike Flynn, James Comey, and Donald Trump

Trump’s Comey firing came after FBI subpoenaed Flynn associates

The news broke as the president fired FBI director James Comey.

On May 10, 2017 by David Gilmour