Courts

Oracle Takes JEDI Case to Court

After a failed bid protest effort, Oracle has taken its issues with JEDI to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

Kaspersky Loses Appeal Against Congressional Ban

It’s official: Kaspersky can’t do business with the federal government.

Kaspersky Appeal Hurtles Toward Courtroom Arguments

Lawyers for the government and the Russian anti-virus company have filed their last briefs before arguing before a judicial panel in September.

Government’s Kaspersky Ban Takes Effect

Pentagon, GSA and NASA contracts will now officially prohibit Kaspersky software.

4 Big Ideas in the DNC Hacking Indictments

The indictments show how complicated spear-phishing really is.

Kaspersky Makes Last Ditch Argument to Halt Congressional Ban from Being Implemented

Multiple agencies have set Monday, July 16, as the deadline for the ban to be implemented in new procurements.

Alabama Man Allegedly Stole $22M in Agency Computers Meant for Kids

The man took computer equipment donated by federal agencies and sold it through his store, according to the indictment.

Kaspersky Asks Appeals Court to Reverse Government Ban With a Quickness

The Russian anti-virus company wants to complete the appeal process before a broad government ban takes formal effect in October.

GSA Announces New Start Date for $50B IT Service Contract After Legal Challenges

The Alliant 2 Unrestricted contract awards survived four lawsuits, but the delay means a later start and a later end date.

Washington State Sues Facebook and Google For Political Ads

According to the suit, the two companies failed to maintain information about who purchases political ads.

Judge Dismisses Kaspersky Lawsuit, Leaving Governmentwide Ban in Place

The Russian anti-virus company challenged administrative and legislative actions that banned its products from government and contractor networks.

Lawsuit Over Government’s Kaspersky Ban Hits A Turning Point

The judge in the cases must now either rule on motions in the cases or order oral arguments.

4 Areas Where Cyber Law is Evolving

Internet-of-things devices, ransomware and insurance are raising questions about liability.

TSA Sued Over Electronic Devices Screenings

The American Civil Liberties Union wants to know the agency's intentions behind searching domestic travelers' devices

Microsoft, DOJ Face Tough Questions Over Overseas Data Warrants at Supreme Court

The government and the tech firm disagree over whether warrants under a 1986 law can reach emails stored overseas.