US shuts down cyber crime ring launched by Ukrainian

The cyber crime network was operating as an online discussion forum known as "Infraud", says the Justice Department.

US charges two suspects in ATM 'jackpotting' case

Two men are charged with allegedly committing criminal bank fraud by hacking into ATMs and forcing them to spit out cash.

US indicts suspected Russian 'mastermind'

Jul 27, 2017

Alexander Vinnik has been arrested for allegedly operating a digital currency exchange he used to launder more than $4?billion.

Judge allows Twitter lawsuit to move forward

Jul 7, 2017

The lawsuit is aimed at ending legal limits on details that tech companies can provide about US national security requests.

MS gets support in gag order lawsuit

Sep 5, 2016

Legal briefs support a lawsuit that aims to strike down a law preventing companies from telling customers the government seeks their data.

US succeeds in cracking iPhone

Mar 29, 2016

The FBI unlocks the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone and drops its legal case against Apple.

US govt could demand Apple source code

Mar 15, 2016

The US Justice Department could order Apple to turn over the source code that underlies its products.

Apple's rhetoric 'false', says US

Mar 11, 2016

The US Department of Justice criticises the tech giant for portraying itself as "the primary guardian of Americans' privacy".

US, Britain may allow police to seek chat data

Feb 8, 2016

The countries consider letting spy agencies and police request e-mail and online chat data for people being investigated.

US govt tightens cellphone tracking rules

Sep 4, 2015

Under a new policy, law enforcement agents will need a search warrant to track cellphone locations.

US uses fake towers to gather data

Nov 14, 2014

The US Marshals Service reportedly gathers data by using fake communications towers on airplanes.

US security prosecutors focus on cyber

Oct 22, 2014

The US Justice Department restructures its national security prosecution team to deal with cyber attacks.