The United States Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into an Uber data breach that occurred in May 2014. Reuters reported that, during this process, the Department of Justice will attempt to determine whether Uber’s ride-sharing competitor, Lyft, had any involvement in the breach. Also read: Purse.io Reveals its Secret Platform Tritium In February, Uber revealed that they had suffered a massive data breach, in which approximately 50,000 Uber drivers had files containing
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File-sharing services have faced a ton of scrutiny in recent years, as public opinion on these platforms is generally positive; these services are perfect for sharing illegal content among Internet users. About a decade ago, warez sites were a pain in the neck for government officials around the world, but that period came to an abrupt end a few years ago. By the look of things, file sharing services won’t be around for much longer either.
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The United States Department of Justice stated in a press release that Ali Shukri Amin, 17, of Manassas, Virginia, has been sentenced to 136 months in prison. Authorities arrested Amin in early 2015 for offering online advice on how to use Bitcoin to fund ISIS, as well as conspiring to provide material support and resources to the international terrorist organization. In addition to his 136-month prison sentence, Amin will have a lifetime supervised release, including monitored internet