Nothing was found on your request

attorneygeneral

New York AG blasts FCC for refusing to help fight net neutrality spam

Were you frustrated that the FCC did nothing to look into bots flooding its public comment system with anti-net neutrality spam before deciding to kill net neutrality? So was New York. State Attorney

The FTC is looking into Uber's latest data breach

This week, Uber revealed that a security breach that happened in October of 2016 exposed personal data from around 57 million customers and drivers. But rather than inform the affected individuals,

Five state attorneys general are investigating Uber breach

Uber's latest security breach, which exposed 57 million customers' and drivers' personal information, has come under more and more scrutiny since it was revealed earlier this week. The Federal Trade

Washington state sues Uber over data breach

The lawsuits are continuing to pile on top of Uber after it revealed that it covered up a hack in fall 2016. Washington state's Attorney General has sued Uber for allegedly violating its local data
Attorneys general request last-minute delay for net neutrality vote

Attorneys general request last-minute delay for net neutrality vote

The FCC's controversial vote on net neutrality protections is scheduled to take place tomorrow, and as we get down to the wire, opposition to the proposal hasn't slowed. Today, 18 state attorneys

New York AG will investigate firm selling fake followers to stars

Twitter bots are bad enough by themselves, but it's worse when they're built using real info -- and New York wants to clamp down. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has opened an investigation
23 attorneys general refile challenge to FCC net neutrality repeal

23 attorneys general refile challenge to FCC net neutrality repeal

The FCC's order to overturn net neutrality protections was officially published in the Federal Register today and soon thereafter, the attorneys general of 22 states and Washington DC filed a lawsuit

New York joins Massachusetts investigation of Facebook's data use

All eyes are on Facebook as more and more information rolls out regarding Cambridge Analytica, its involvement in recent elections and forums and how it came to obtain 50 million Facebook users'

New York to investigate cryptocurrency exchanges

As the SEC and other US regulators look for ways to deal with cryptocurrency, New York is taking a step forward. The state's attorney general, Eric T. Schneiderman, sent letters to 13 virtual currency

States sue to block sale of 3D-printed weapon designs online

The fight to keep 3D-printed gun designs off of the web continues as a number of states said on Monday that they would be jointly suing the Trump administration, Reuters reports. In a press release,

Jeff Sessions worries social networks are 'intentionally stifling' speech

You can add another voice to the chorus of right-wing figures alleging (or insinuating) that internet giants may be biased against conservatives. The Justice Department has confirmed to TechCrunch

New York settles with Equifax and others over lax mobile app security

New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood announced that the state has reached settlements with five companies regarding a security vulnerability present on each of their mobile apps. Going forward,

Charter agrees to $174 million settlement for poor service in New York

The New York attorney general's office has reached a settlement with Charter Communications for providing its customers with insufficient internet services. Under the settlement, Charter and Spectrum

Several states are investigating Facebook for mishandling user data

Already the subject of a number of federal probes, Facebook is also the target of investigations being conducted at the state level, according to Bloomberg. The Attorneys General for Connecticut,

DOJ report finds foreign meddling had no impact on midterm elections

If attempts at election meddling had any tangible effect on the US midterms, you won't hear about it from some officials. The Departments of Justice and Homeland Security have submitted a joint report
Attorney General William Barr should have only two choices: resign immediately or be impeached

Attorney General William Barr should have only two choices: resign immediately or be impeached

On Tuesday evening, the nation learned that Attorney General William Barr had not just failed to report, but had actively hidden conversations and letters that he had exchanged with special counsel
Live: Attorney General William Barr appears before Senate Judiciary Committee

Live: Attorney General William Barr appears before Senate Judiciary Committee

There were already plenty of questions for William Barr about the vast difference between his “summary” of the report from special counsel Robert Mueller and even the redacted version of that report,
Sen. Harris gets AG Barr to admit he never even reviewed the underlying evidence in Mueller Report

Sen. Harris gets AG Barr to admit he never even reviewed the underlying evidence in Mueller Report

California Sen. Kamala Harris used her time in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with Attorney General William Barr to ask a few key questions about his handling of the Mueller report. Utilizing
Sen. Harris calls for Barr to resign after hearing: 'This attorney general lacks all credibility'

Sen. Harris calls for Barr to resign after hearing: 'This attorney general lacks all credibility'

Sen. Kamala Harris always shines during Senate Judiciary hearings, in no small part because of her background as a prosecutor. Her back-and-forth on Wednesday with Trump’s attorney general, William
Barr's Senate testimony showcases his huge, fundamental lies about the Mueller report

Barr's Senate testimony showcases his huge, fundamental lies about the Mueller report

On Wednesday, one low Barr met another when Donald Trump’s attorney general appeared before a Republican-led committee where Lindsey Graham was ready to swoop down on anyone who got uppity. But there