Texas is the latest state with a ransomware problem
Without consent or approval
The President suggested the ban would be lifted
The company wants to bring the case to a swift end
The trial is initially for four services and is set to expand later this year
Even green blood is disallowed
Huawei denies the allegations
The program was halted several years back as a result of the fallout from the Snowden leaks regarding mass government surveillance
Paying up is cheaper than the alternative
Should government break up big tech companies?
The new division will be a splinter of an already existing bureau
As in death, you can't take it with you
Millions in taxpayer money down the drain
Sixty percent of the locations audited practiced poor cyber hygiene
This isn't going to go over well
The country could attack US "critical infrastructure"
And is offering incentives to shun the firm
What is this "USB" you speak of?
The hacks took place over five years
Another reason why it's NSFW
Can net neutrality make a comeback?
The governments try to assure that they don't want to weaken encryption
Better than a seven-year total ban
After the State Department settled the case
He called the US border policy cruel and abusive while downplaying Microsoft's involvement