T-Mobile gets go-ahead for MetroPCS takeover

T-Mobile has been given federal permission for its acquisition of MetroPCS, with approval from both the Department of justice and the Federal Communications Commission.

DoJ to investigate HP's Autonomy takeover

Hewlett-Packard has revealed that the Department of Justice is investigating its aquisition of British software company Autonomy.

Penguin settles price-fixing case

Penguin has agreed to settle with the Department of Justice over its alleged e-book price-fixing, ramping up the pressure on Apple to do the same.

DoJ approves Verizon/Comcast deal - with changes

The Department of Justice has approved Verizon's planned $3.9 billion acquisition of spectrum from Comcast, subject to conditions designed to safeguard competition.

DoJ defends controversial e-book suit

The Department of Justice has hit out at opponents of its e-book price-fixing case against Apple, saying that they are serving their own self-interest.

Anonymous infiltrates Department of Justice server

Hackers linked to the Anonymous collective have breached the digital perimeter protecting the Department of Justice (DoJ) network. 



Apple may get hit with e-book price fixing lawsuit today

The Department of Justice is expected to file an anti-trust lawsuit against Apple today, citing concerns of e-book price fixing.

Government accuses AT&T of cheating it out of millions

AT&T's been accused of cheating the government by letting fraudsters  take advantage of a subsidized phone service intended for deaf people.

Megaupload shut down; Anonymous takes revenge

With public outcry over the proposed Stop Online Piracy Act at its height, the Department of Justice has shut down file-sharing site Megaupload, describing it as an 'international organized criminal enterprise'.

Report: AT&T admits T-Mobile deal is unlikely

AT&T might finally realize it's time to wake up and smell the coffee - the carrier has reportedly been stepping down its efforts to push the T-Mobile buyout deal through.

When lying about your weight is a crime

Former Department of Justice computer crimes prosecutor Orin Kerr has told a House subcomittee that the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) poses a threat to civil liberties.

Barnes & Noble calls for probe into Microsoft's patent tactics

Barnes & Noble asked US regulators to investigate Microsoft on anti-trust grounds this summer, court documents have revealed.

AT&T eager to go to court

AT&T has no interest in settling with the US Department of Justice.

DoJ aims to block AT&T T-Mobile takeover

The Department of Justice is attempting to block AT&T's plans to take over T-Mobile on anti-trust grounds.

LA phisher sentenced to 13 years behind bars

Score one for the Department of Justice.

U.S. DoJ says Google can acquire ITA

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) has approved Google's $700 million acquisition of flight-data company ITA. However, the department made the lucrative purchase contingent upon several conditions.

Hi-tech firms settle no-poaching deal with DoJ

As expected, the Department of Justice has reached a settlement with six high technology companies – Adobe, Apple, Google, Intel, Intuit  and Pixar – barring them from entering into no-solicitation agreements for employees. 

Tech firms near deal with DoJ over staff poaching

With the Justice Department investigating the affair, some of the US' largest tech companies are said to be close to settling allegations that they conspired to keep wages artificially low.

Government sues Oracle over contract fraud

The US Justice Department has accused Oracle of fraud, and has filed a suit claiming hundreds of millions of dollars in damages.

DoJ to examine Apple's iTunes business practices

The Justice Department is looking at Apple's iTunes business, according to the New York Times.