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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Epic Games faces an uphill legal battle against Apple Inc in an antitrust trial starting Monday, and a defeat for the maker of "Fortnite" could make it harder for U.S. government regulators to pursue a similar case against the iPhone maker, legal experts said.
Hong Kong protests: 9 of 10 fugitives returned to city after mainland China jail terms to appear in court on perversion of justice charges
Post was told the charge was initiated by the Department of Justice after it studied a recent overseas judgment which proved that avoiding trial was considered an act influencing the course of justiceDefendants are among 12 caught in mainland waters last August. All faced charges or arrest over their roles in the 2019 anti-government protests
Political hand-wringing in Washington over Russia’s hacking of federal agencies and interference in US politics has mostly overshadowed a worsening digital scourge with a far broader wallop: crippling and dispiriting extortionary ransomware attacks by cybercriminal mafias that mostly operate in foreign safe havens out of the reach of Western law enforcement.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Government and industry officials confronting an epidemic of ransomware, where hackers freeze the computers of a target and demand a payoff, are zeroing in on cryptocurrency regulation as the key to combating the scourge, sources familiar with the work of a public-private task force said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. Court of Federal Claims judge on Wednesday refused to dismiss Amazon.com's claims alleging the Trump administration interfered in the Pentagon's award of its $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract to Microsoft Corp.
(Reuters) -A U.S. judge on Monday found that Huawei did not violate a court order by sharing certain information with its chief financial officer, who is using it to help fight her extradition from Canada.
Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou wins bid to delay extradition hearing by three months, throwing marathon case into turmoil
Canadian judge’s ruling came after Meng said new evidence from HSBC could bolster her claim the US had misled the court about its case against herThe final stage of the extradition case, which was due to begin in Vancouver next week, has been rescheduled for early August
The US Justice Department is taking new aim at ransomware after a year that officials say was the costliest on record for the crippling cyberattacks.
And we cannot just whitewash the problem through campaigns and sounding boards.
Zach Avery was arrested by FBI agents on April 6 for allegedly masterminding a Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors of hundreds of millions of dollars.