DOJ knew of possible iPhone-cracking method before Apple case Weeks before the FBI sought a court order forcing Apple to help it break into an iPhone used by one of the the San Bernardino gunmen, a sister agency in the Department of Justice was already using an Israeli security firm’s technology to attempt to ... 03/23/2016 - 11:04 am | View Link
U.S. DoJ Increases Hostility Towards Apple In Latest Court Filing After Apple’s own filing from two weeks ago and its win in the NY Court against the FBI, in a similar iPhone unlocking case, the Department of Justice (DoJ) seems to have ramped up the hostility against Apple in a recent San Bernardino Court filing. 03/11/2016 - 1:40 am | View Link
DOJ Claims Apple Should Be Forced To Decrypt iPhones Because Apple, Not Customers, 'Own' iOS The DOJ has filed its response to Apple's claims that unlocking an iPhone 5 would be unduly burdensome. This ongoing dispute over an All Writs Act order (the act itself dates back to 1789) is also an ongoing dispute over the use of encryption-by-default on ... 10/25/2015 - 9:30 pm | View Link
DoJ to Apple: your software is licensed, not sold, so we can force you to decrypt A new filing from the DoJ attacks this second point in a novel and far-reaching way. The Justice Department lawyers argue that because Apple licenses its software -- as opposed to selling it outright -- that it is appropriate for the government to demand ... 10/23/2015 - 7:47 am | View Link
DOJ Dials Back Apple’s Punishment for eBook Price Fixing Last month, Apple was found guilty of conspiracy to raise the price of eBooks, and soon afterward the Department of Justice served up a punishment for the company. Now, the DOJ is softening its sentence, though not by much, after submitting a revised ... 08/23/2013 - 2:18 pm | View Link
DoJ weighs in on Apple v Samsung patent case It was the first time in many years that the Supreme Court has picked up a case involving design patents. The Department of Justice on Wednesday filed an amicus brief ... 11/27/2016 - 5:28 am | View Website
Lancaster County Man Sentenced To 18 Months In Federal ... Lancaster County Man Sentenced To 18 Months In Federal Prison For Hacking Apple And Google E-Mail Accounts Belonging To More Than 100 People, Including Many Celebrities 11/26/2016 - 11:09 pm | View Website
Mozilla, Apple and Google back Microsoft in DOJ lawsuit ... Mozilla, Google, and Apple have officially offered support of Microsoft in its lawsuit against the Justice Department over data-request gag orders. 09/4/2016 - 4:54 am | View Website
Federal Prosecutors Drop Court Case to Force Apple to ... The Justice Department on Friday night dropped a court case trying to force Apple Inc. to help them open a locked iPhone, adding new uncertainty to the ... 04/22/2016 - 10:44 pm | View Website
There aren't too many biotechs around that are as hot as Incyte Corporation (NASDAQ: INCY) is right now. Incyte's stock might be down a little year to date, but shares have surged since April. Can Incyte keep the momentum going in the new year? I think so. Here are three reasons why the biotech's stock could soar in 2017.
Different employers offer different ways for their workers to save for retirement, and SEP IRAs are one popular way that smaller businesses and self-employed individuals can set up a retirement plan. For 2017, the contribution limits for SEP IRAs are set to go up, giving those who make maximum use of SEP IRAs even more flexibility to boost their retirement savings.
Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial advice, gathered from around the web:
Endangered tax deductions Maximize your deductions now, said Laura Saunders at The Wall Street Journal, because "a Trump presidency means you could lose them." President-elect Donald Trump and House Republicans have both proposed plans to lower income-tax rates while reducing the value of many deductions and exemptions.