A small business in Ohio convinced the Sixth Circuit Wednesday to revive its Computer Fraud and Abuse Act claims against the owner’s estranged wife, who allegedly wiped the company computer system after filing for divorce.
Senate Republicans’ actions to thwart the confirmation of Homeland Security Department nominee Alejandro Mayorkas over immigration policy differences are “irresponsible and unconscionable” as the country faces threats from domestic extremists, former DHS secretary Michael Chertoff told reporters.
Citrix Systems Inc.'s $2.275 million settlement offer to a class of current and former employees whose data was compromised by hackers over a five-month period earned a Florida federal judge’s initial approval.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking software and expertise to monitor social media accounts and mobile messaging platforms for possible terrorist activity, according to procurement documents.
An Internal Revenue Service agent was charged with stealing the identity of a person who had been investigated by the tax agency, using it to open an overseas corporate entity, and submitting false documents while buying a co-op apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.