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Bitcoin exchanges reportedly served with subpoenas

Manhattan US Attorney's office wants information from different Bitcoin exchanges concerning recent round of cyberattacks, says Reuters.

By Feb. 27, 2014


Verizon Transparency Report reveals 164,000 subpoenas, 1,500 wiretaps

The company received about 320,000 requests for customer information in the US, and just a few thousand internationally.

By Jan. 22, 2014


Apple subpoenas Amazon for interviews in e-book suit

The legal tit-for-tat continues in the e-book pricing lawsuit as Apple subpoenas Amazon for interviews it had with the Department of Justice -- and Amazon attempts to quash the subpoena.

By Sep. 20, 2012


N.Y. attorney general subpoenas Sony

Eric Schneiderman requests more details on Sony's security methods in the wake of the breach of 100 million of its customers' personal information.

By May. 5, 2011


Judge denies 'Hurt Locker' subpoenas

A federal judge has "quashed" subpoenas sent to a South Dakota ISP by "The Hurt Locker" producers. This is likely only a temporary delay for the filmmakers.

By Sep. 27, 2010


Judge OKs subpoenas for PS3 hacker's accounts

Federal magistrate says Sony can subpoena ISP of hacker who released PS3 jailbreak, as well as order Twitter, Google, YouTube to hand over relevant info.

By Mar. 4, 2011


Here come 'Hurt Locker' file-sharing subpoenas

Film's producers subpoena Qwest Communications for Denver man's records, apparently overcoming legal challenges in their pursuit of alleged file sharers.

By Sep. 2, 2010


Another ISP bucks 'Hurt Locker' subpoenas

Producers of Oscar-winning film "The Hurt Locker" did not properly serve a subpoena on a South Dakota-based ISP, according to that company's lawyers.

By Aug. 27, 2010


Connecticut AG subpoenas Craigslist over sex ads

State's top law enforcement official says the Internet bulletin board isn't doing enough to curb prostitution ads on the site.

By May. 3, 2010


Feds' wiretapping draws Senate subpoenas

Angered by "stonewalling" over the once-secret NSA spy program, Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy issues court orders to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and other administration officials. But will he get what he wants?

By Jun. 27, 2007