The Chinese Communist Party uses the full spectrum of law enforcement actions to exert leverage. And detaining an American on business could provide political and economic advantages.
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The Justice Department released a statement on the challenges end-to-end encryption poses to public safety. The joint statement includes the signatures of ministers from the Five Eyes Alliance and the governments of India and Japan.
A judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia today denied the Justice Department’s request to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the department by Andrew McCabe, the former deputy director of the FBI.
The Department of Justice has charged five Chinese nationals with a variety of crimes for allegedly hacking into over 100 organizations worldwide, including targeted attacks on U.S. companies.
The ambiguity of the Justice Department’s election policy is particularly concerning in light of hints from Attorney General William Barr about a possible October Surprise.
Brad Wiegmann’s removal as head of the National Security Division’s policy office is a major loss for the Department of Justice.
The Justice Department reported that most of the errors identified by the Office of the Inspector General were minor and none invalidated surveillance authorizations.
On Tuesday, July 28, at 10:00 a.m., the House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on oversight of the Department of Justice, including the federal law enforcement response to recent protests against police brutality. The committee will hear testimony from Attorney General William Barr.
You can watch a livestream of the hearing here and below:
The House Judiciary Committee released the transcript of a July 9 interview with Geoffrey Berman, the former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York. Berman was dismissed from his position last month. The ousted U.S.