The allegations claim that while Jelly Bean created, hosted, and maintained a federally funded Florida children’s health insurance website, they failed to secure personal information.
Category: Law and Legal
Owner of Bronx daycare facility charged with sexual exploitation of a child and product/distribution of child pornography.
Silfredo Castillo Martinez, a daycare provider in the Bronx, New York, has been charged with sexual exploitation of a child, production of child pornography, and receipt, distribution, and possession of child pornography.
Two men sentenced for racially motivated attack on white man in Hawaii.
Kaulana Alo-Kaonohi, 33, and Levi Aki Jr., 33, from Maui Island, Hawaii, were sentenced in federal court for attacking a white man, reference in court documents as C.K.
The Department of Justice’s Task Force KleptoCapture unseals two cases seeking Russian oligarch property forfeiture in New York and Florida for “violating Russian economic sanctions and money laundering”.
In a civil forfeiture complaint filed by the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, the government seeks the forfeiture of six real properties worth approximately $75 million that are allegedly the proceeds of sanctions violations and international money laundering transactions.
Woman sentenced in Texas for cryptocurrency money laundering.
Federal Prison Sentence for Virginia Woman Involved in Cryptocurrency Money Laundering Scheme in Eastern District of Texas
Copyleft AI – a new framework for guarding against the potential harms of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that also overcomes the inflexible nature of government regulation.
Researchers at Texas A&M University School of Public Health are creating a new model for how ethical guidelines and enforcement should be handled as artificial intelligence (AI) technology continues to advance. This model, called Copyleft AI with Trusted Enforcement (CAITE), is designed to prevent the potential harms that AI could cause while also allowing technological…
Department of Defense forms new task force to keep critical technological assets out of the hands of China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia.
The United States Department of Justice and the Department of Commerce have jointly established the Disruptive Technology Strike Force to combat the illicit acquisition and use of advanced technologies by nation-state adversaries.
Where do stolen bikes go? Thanks to a new Amsterdam study, the mystery has been solved.
Bikes are everywhere in Amsterdam, but so are bike thieves, who swipe tens of thousands of bikes every year. So, where do all these stolen bikes end up? Are they sold in other cities or countries? Dumped in canals? Or used around town by unsuspecting riders?
Maryland Woman and Florida Man Charged Federally for Conspiring to Destroy Energy Facilities
A federal criminal complaint was unsealed, charging Sarah Beth Clendaniel, 34, of Catonsville, Maryland, and Brandon Clint Russell, 27, of Orlando, Florida, with conspiracy to destroy an energy facility.
Justice Department Sues Google for Monopolizing Digital Advertising Technologies.
Today, the Justice Department, along with the Attorneys General of California, Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Virginia, filed a civil antitrust suit against Google for monopolizing multiple digital advertising technology products in violation of Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act.