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Android’s free-wheeling, open ecosystem has a major app piracy problem, and the US government just got involved in a big way. Yesterday, the Department of Justice announced that it had seized the domains of three popular destinations for illegal Android downloads. Applanet, Appbucket and Snappzmarket are now dead.
Sergey Aleynikov, an ex-Goldman-Sachs programmer, spent a year in prison for downloading source code of the firm’s high-speed trading software before his sentence was overturned in February. Today the court explained why — downloading computer code doesn’t constitute stealing under the US National Stolen Property Act.
If the US Department of Justice gets its way, it won’t need a warrant to monitor people who buy mobile phones and other electronic services using a fake name, according to a story in today’s Wall Street Journal.
Last Friday, the US Department of Justice unveiled a 52-page (52? LOL) indictment against three of the biggest online poker companies providing service for Americans – PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker – and alleged that they were guilty of money laundering, along with wire and bank fraud.
A federal judge in Virginia issued a ruling today that allows the US Department of Justice to access the Twitter accounts and associated data like the email addresses of principal WikiLeaks members, including Julian Assange.
The Department of Justice has subpoenaed many people’s Twitter accounts who were associated with WikiLeaks. The subpoena states that there is “reasonable ground to believe that the records or other information sought are relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation.”