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As the US government targets Darktrace personnel as witnesses for Autonomy founder Mike Lynch's forthcoming criminal trial, it's also seeking extra evidence from internal Autonomy whistleblowers. News broke last weekend that US prosecutors were demanding disclosure of documents, emails, and chat logs from infosec firm …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge
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    Appeal here, appeal there

    pretty soon the legal teams are all going to have new Teslas for XMas.

    1. Steve Davies 3 Silver badge

      Re: new Teslas for XMas

      I'm pretty sure that all of them can afford a Tesla even though his holiness Elon keeps ramping up the price just to fatten his already bulging wallet... (sic)

      Now if you had said

      pretty soon the legal teams are all going to have new Rimac's for XMas.

      then it would be closer to the mark.

    2. Peter2 Silver badge

      Re: Appeal here, appeal there

      Given that the civil case alone would (if billed in one year) be the 40th largest law firm in the UK, i'd be quite surprised if they don't have entire fleets of them already.

  2. Natalie Gritpants Jr Silver badge

    If I was Mike, I would be feeling pretty suicidal right now, and telling my doctor all about it.

    1. James O'Shea

      I was just about to post something along that line.

  3. Fruit and Nutcase Silver badge
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    Darktrace?

    Soon to be a Darkcloud

  4. Claverhouse Silver badge
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    As Time Goes By

    It's nice prosecutions can gather new charges over a trial.

    Keeps it fresh.

  5. Anonymous Coward
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    If the big boys want to play hard

    They should accept sometimes losing hard too.

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