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Leaked documents suggest the agency used denial-of-service tactics and assisted law enforcement in identifying Anonymous members
Ross Ulbricht will plead not guilty at an arraignment scheduled for Friday, his lawyer said
The U.S. is investigating the company's compliance with government contracting rules
The latest round of reports come after an agreement between the government and tech companies about what information can be released
The country's Federal Prosecutor General has received several complaints over Germany's involvement in the NSA's spying program
Aleksandr Panin, arrested last year, was the primary developer of the banking fraud malware, says the U.S. Department of Justice.
The agency announces a data-breach settlement with the California company
The patents likely cover a range of software and tools of interest to Twitter
Ricky Joe Mitchell deleted EnerVest's phone accounts and backup data after learning he was about to be fired
The attorney general told the Senate Judiciary Committee that his agency is investigating who's behind the data breach that compromised as many as 110 million cards and personal records.
An Uzbek man asks a US court to suppress information collected by arguing the NSA program is unconstitutional
Leahy questions the constitutionality of the program, but the US attorney general defends it
The U.S. president also called for patent reform and for faster broadband in schools
Details about the complaint will be shared later, one of the complainants said
The now-defunct Lavabit is appealing a contempt of court ruling for not turning unencrypted data of a single user -- presumably NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden -- to the government.