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Office of the Deputy Attorney General

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Sally Quillian Yates Acting Deputy Attorney General
Acting Deputy Attorney General of the United States

Sally Quillian Yates became Acting Deputy Attorney General on Jan. 10, 2015. President Obama formally nominated her for the position on Jan. 8, 2015.

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Friday, March 20, 2015

In the last of our series on the need for limited updates to laws enhancing cybersecurity while protecting individual rights, this post will describe a proposal that is geared toward shutting down the international black market for Americans’ stolen financial information.  One of the most common motivations for hacking is the theft of financial information.  In recent years, organized, multinational criminal enterprises have arisen to steal large volumes of credit card numbers and other personally identifiable information.  Middlemen then sell the stolen data to the highest bidder, often using underground “carding” forums.  The amendments are aimed at making sure that these middlemen — those who profit from the sale of stolen financial data of Americans — can be brought to justice even if they are operating outside of the United States.

Friday, March 20, 2015

The Department of Justice and agencies across the government post their 2015 Chief FOIA Officer Reports alongside a compilation of success stories from this year's reports.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Acting Associate Attorney General Stuart F. Delery announced the creation of the Department of Justice’s Servicemembers and Veterans Initiative in a video and blog post. You can watch the video LINK.

 

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The threat from botnets — networks of victim computers surreptitiously infected with malicious software — has increased dramatically over the past several years.  In our second post in this series, we discussed a proposal to ensure that courts have the authority to disrupt them.  Another part of the department’s response to the threat of botnets has been to identify and bring to justice those who create and control them.  While we have had significant successes to date prosecuting these offenders, we’ve encountered shortcomings in the existing law.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Featuring a keynote address by Acting Associate Attorney General Stuart Delery, Monday’s event highlighted and recognized the important work accomplished by many FOIA professionals from across the government.

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