British Hacker to Hand Over $1M in Crypto for Phishing Attacks

A British judge has ruled to confiscate $1.1 million in crypto from a hacker who used phishing emails to steal customers’ personal data and sell it Source link

India: Supreme Court Gives Central Bank 2 Weeks to Justify Crypto Ban

India’s supreme court chastises central bank over crypto ban Source link

New York Court Rules That State Attorney Has Jurisdiction Over Bitfinex

The New York State Supreme Court has ruled that Bitfinex is in the jurisdiction of the state’s Attorney General Source link

Court Allows’s Trademark Lawsuit Against Paymium to Proceed

Clash of ledgers: Blockchain’s trademark lawsuit against Paymium continues Source link

19-Year-Old Sentenced to 20 Months for Selling Stolen Data for BTC

Elliot Gunton, aged 19 of Norwich, sentenced to 20 months for supplying hacking services in exchange for cryptocurrency Source link

IT Giant Oracle Sues Blockchain Startup for Taking Its Name

Software development behemoth Oracle sued blockchain startup CryptoOracle, alleging trademark infringement and cybersquatting Source link

Bitmessage Developer: Craig Wright Faked Documents on Bitcoin Creation

Bitmessage developer Jonathan Warren claimed that some of Craig Wrights documents in the Kleiman case were forged or faked Source link

SEC Is Bringing ‘Thor’s Hammer’ Against Ripple, Warns Tone Vays

Ripple “scam coin” should never have existed, says Tone Vays Source link

US Court Temporarily Freezes $8M in Response to SEC Request Yesterday

U.S. district court has approved of the temporary freeze on $8 million of a New York citizen and two of his entities’ related assets following the U.S. SEC Source link

Judge Rules Coinbase Did Not Commit Fraud in Bitcoin Cash Lawsuit

Coinbase lawsuit lacks sufficient fraud evidence, says judge Source link