Latest US Justice Department Stories
Four men who were part of an alleged international computer hacking operating have been charged with stealing over $100 million worth of intellectual property from Microsoft, the US Army and various top video game publishers.
Apple will head to a Manhattan federal courtroom Monday to answer accusations that they conspired with multiple publishers to increase eBook prices on the eve of the iPad launch in 2010.
The US Department of Justice secretly filed a lawsuit in April attempting to force Google to give them access to user records without a search warrant, various media outlets have learned.
Last week a coalition composed of companies like Microsoft, Nokia and Oracle filed a complaint with European regulators about what they believe are Google’s anti-competitive behaviors.
AT&T is accused of pocketing millions of dollars from US taxpayers with fraudulent use of that system by the US Justice Department.
Megaupload, one of the top file-sharing websites on the internet, was shut down as the US Justice Department and FBI arrested the founder and several company officials.
Google agreed late last week to a $500 million settlement, the amount made in illegal advertising, in a US Justice Department probe focusing on Canadian pharmacies advertising to American customers through Google’s AdSense program.
The FBI and police agencies in seven other countries have seized computers and servers from which a â€œscarewareâ€ scheme was being operated.
The expiration of the antitrust settlement against Microsoft passed with little notice on Thursday.
American computer tech company Oracle has agreed to pay a $46 million settlement over allegations that Sun Microsystems submitted false claims to US agencies.