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Chinese software engineer charged with stealing Apple car tech
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Attempted to get the entire code

A former Apple software engineer has been charged with stealing Apple's autonomous technology for a Chinese self-driving car company, the US Department of Justice announced :

Roblox says Apple is not evil
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Friday, 01 April 2022 12:00

Roblox says Apple is not evil

It is kind to developers, its mum and fluffy bunnies

Online gaming platform Roblox has shunned other developers who hate Apple’s App store rules and demands for money and jumped on the side of the fruity cargo-cult.

DHS Acting Inspector General alleged to have stolen code
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And nicked government databases

The US Department of Justice has charged a former Acting Inspector General for the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with the theft of proprietary software and confidential government databases.

FTC Qualcomm case looks shattered
Published in Mobiles
Monday, 06 May 2019 11:43

FTC Qualcomm case looks shattered

Apple and Intel now need Qualcomm

The last few weeks were very active for Qualcomm, Apple, and Intel and the first two have finally settled their licensing differences. Intel decided to leave the 5G smartphone business due to the delays and business-related decisions, but FTC judge Koh is still expected to reach a verdict on the Qualcomm-FTC case.

DoJ looking at remedies in Qualcomm antitrust suit
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Wants a hearing to avoid 5G harm if it wins

The US Department of Justice’s antitrust division asked a federal judge to hold a hearing on any possible remedies to be imposed if mobile chip supplier Qualcomm is found liable in an antitrust lawsuit brought by the US Federal Trade Commission.

Apple under criminal investigation for throttling
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DoJ and Securities and Exchange Commission want an explanation

It seems that Apple’s battery throttling antics have sparked a criminal investigation.

DoJ demands IP addresses of those who don't like Trump
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Warrants issued for most of America

The US government wants the IP addresses of anyone who visited an anti-Trump website.

Judge sides with Microsoft over gagging orders
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DoJ can’t stop case going ahead

A judge has sided with Microsoft and allowed a court battle against government gag orders to go ahead.

Friday, 14 November 2014 10:39

US Justice Department spying now

Why should the NSA have all the fun

Tuesday, 03 August 2010 09:59

HP “reaches agreement” over kickbacks


DoJ will leave us alone now