Separately, the Justice Department has opened an antitrust probe into the deal, in which four automakers reached a pact on compromise tailpipe emissions with California, defying federal regulators, according to a person familiar with the matter.
That same day, in New York, the US Justice Department announced that it would not bring federal charges against NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo in the 2014 death of Eric Garner.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller ended his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election with his sole public comment Wednesday, a surprise appearance at the Justice Department that had a clear and stark message: America, read my report.
New charges against Julian Assange threaten all of the press, scientists have figured out how to alter emotional memories, and Memorial Day is coming. New charges unveiled by the Justice Department against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange paint a troublesome picture for him—and for all journalists.
On Thursday, police in six countries along with the US Justice Department and Europol announced the takedown of Goznym—linked with another operation known as Avalanche, an associated cybercrime operation that was largely dismantled in 2016 —including the arrest of five of its members across Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
Ekeland also points out that to expand the statute of limitations for the CFAA from the normal five years to the necessary eight in this case, given the indictment's date of March 2018, the Justice Department is charging Assange under a statute that labels his alleged hacking an "act of terrorism."
Also, Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer are getting a superhero movie, and there's a trailer for the next film to feature the Joker. In other Netflix news, Deadline is reporting that the streaming service has a superhero movie in the works with Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer.
Block said the new strategy is meant to “increase consumer awareness and make it more likely vehicles are fixed.” The recall is beginning two months after Fiat Chrysler agreed to pay about $800 million in fines and costs to settle lawsuits brought by states, car owners and the U.S. Justice Department, which said the company’s diesel-powered pickups and SUVs violated clean-air rules.
“It’s a potential foothold into hundreds of organizations.”"More than two-thirds of the Justice Department’s cases involving thefts of trade secrets are connected to China."Deputy attorney general Rod RosensteinFor an even greater sense of scale: The indictment alleges, among other things, that by hacking into a single New York-based MSP, APT10 was able to compromise data from companies in a dozen countries, from Brazil to the United Arab Emirates.
Regardless of the impact on the alleged SamSam hackers specifically, the Justice Department made a statement that should resound among cybercriminals who rely on bitcoin and the dark web for anonymity.“It absolutely adds a chilling effect,” Jarvis says.