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A group of homeless men and women in California were protesting the city of Santa Cruz’s decades-old prohibition against overnight encampments in August 2010 when police officers attempted to disband the rally by detaining the protesters.
Microsoft Corp president and chief legal officer Brad Smith criticised secret data subpoenas sent by the government to cloud providers like his company and Apple Inc, saying gag orders on requests for personal information undermine freedoms and are hurting US technology companies in Europe.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate passed a bill on Tuesday that would increase fees that companies planning the biggest mergers pay to government antitrust agencies and give those agencies bigger budgets.
(Reuters) - FBI Director Christopher Wray told the Wall Street Journal that the agency is investigating about 100 different types of ransomware, many of which trace back to actors in Russia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Department of Justice is elevating investigations of ransomware attacks to a similar priority as terrorism in the wake of the Colonial Pipeline hack and mounting damage caused by cyber criminals, a senior department official told Reuters.
(Reuters) - A ransomware attack on Brazil's JBS SA, the world's largest meatpacker, has brought attention to the growing area of cybercrime.
Younger consumers are more likely to be victims of cryptocurrency scams because they're eager to make money and they're frequently on social media where some scams are pitched.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers have opened an investigation into financial technology companies Kabbage Inc and BlueVine and their partner banks for their roles in distributing billions of dollars in pandemic aid to small businesses, according to letters seen by Reuters.
Amazon.com Inc’s takeover of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is sparking fresh criticism about the spreading tentacles of America’s technology giants, but the deal underscores how competition watchdogs have their hands tied when it comes to curbing the companies’ growth.
Inside the imposing beige and white limestone-walled federal courthouse in downtown Oakland, lawyers clad in face masks and plastic shields and armed with cartloads of corporate documents are brawling daily over tech arcana – the Byzantine rules that govern Apple Inc’s App Store.