- The New York Times - Eric Lipton
WASHINGTON — When federal regulators late last year accused one of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency platforms of illegally selling $1.38 billion worth of digital money to investors, it was a pivotal...
- The New York Times - David E. Sanger, Clifford Krauss and Nicole Perlroth
One of the nation’s largest pipelines, which carries refined gasoline and jet fuel from Texas up the East Coast to New York, was forced to shut down after being hit by ransomware in a vivid demonstration...
- By Protocol
Epic Games and Apple are meeting in court for the next three weeks to decide one of the most consequential antitrust arguments in the history of the tech industry. At the heart of the case are arguments over if Apple can and should exert total control over iOS and the App Store, or if developers should be allowed to distribute apps over alternative marketplaces or bypass Apple's longstanding 30% commission. The outcome could change how billions of dollars flows between tech companies.