Circuit Judge Jay Bybee wrote that this collection violated the Wiretap Act, and that privacy protections do not depend on whether or not the network is secure.
In a significant blow to the world’s largest tech company, a federal judge ruled that Apple “facilitated a conspiracy” with publishers to raise the price of e-books, costing consumers millions of dollars.
I mean, SOMEONE (besides you) has to be held responsible, right?
Media giant Viacom just can’t win — at least when it comes to the company’s long-running, landmark copyright infringement lawsuit against Google‘s YouTube video service.
The billion-dollar verdict is the largest victory yet in Apple’s global proxy war against arch-rival Google. But what does the decision mean for mobile innovation?
Matt Macari of The Verge reports that in light of its $1.05 billion patent victory over Samsung, Apple has requested that eight Samsung smartphones be banned from sale in the U.S.
Models are generally older and include the Galaxy S 4G, several versions of the Galaxy S II, the Droid Charge (available as a freebie from Verizon, for …
When I am in Hong Kong or Beijing, people often accost me on street corners trying to sell me “copy watches” like fake Rolexes. In fact, one of the funniest encounters I have had was at the Great Wall of China, where a guy in …
The suit accused Apple and five of the nation’s largest book publishers of illegally colluding to resist Amazon’s aggressive strategy of pricing many new and bestselling books at $9.99 — well below the prices charged for hardcover copies and below what many in the industry say it costs to produce those volumes.
If you missed it, Facebook says it will pay $10 million to compensate users who were turned into product pitchmen as a result of “Sponsored Stories” ads that treat “Likes” as endorsements. None of this money, however, will go to Facebook users.
And just like that, Facebook is officially a publicly tradable stock after the company sold over 420 million shares at $38 a pop yesterday to raise $16 billion for its IPO. Also “just like that,” the company’s been sued by some …