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12.06.15
Court says violating your work's computer policy isn't a crime
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Court says violating your work's computer policy isn't a crime

Checking Facebook at your office PC won't land you in a US prison.

By J. Fingas,   12.06.15
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03.31.15
Court rules that UberPOP cars can still pick you up in Paris
03.31.15

Court rules that UberPOP cars can still pick you up in Paris

Uber's Paris headquarters were recently raided by 25 policemen, but a court has now ruled that its...

By S. Dent,   03.31.15
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11.11.14
Blizzard wins lawsuit and shuts down Hearthstone clone
11.11.14

Blizzard wins lawsuit and shuts down Hearthstone clone

Back in January we reported that Blizzard levied a lawsuit against Unico Interactive for its game,...

By J. Olivetti,   11.11.14
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09.02.14
Uber banned across Germany
09.02.14

Uber banned across Germany

Despite putting the brakes on injunctions in both Berlin and Hamburg, Uber has once again felt the...

By M. Brian,   09.02.14
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08.20.14
Brazilian judge tells Apple and Google to pull Secret from people's devices
08.20.14

Brazilian judge tells Apple and Google to pull Secret from people's devices

Secret's app is ostensibly meant for office gossip and getting transgressions out of your system,...

By J. Fingas,   08.20.14
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05.13.14
EU court says Google must remove links to personal data if it's asked to
05.13.14

EU court says Google must remove links to personal data if it's asked to

Google's recent run of bad luck in Europe has reached new heights after it was told it must take d...

By M. Brian,   05.13.14
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04.25.14
Verizon fought the NSA's metadata collection program but lost anyway
04.25.14

Verizon fought the NSA's metadata collection program but lost anyway

It looks like Verizon's concerns about government snooping go beyond publishing transparency reports...

By J. Fingas,   04.25.14
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04.08.14
Court rules that the EU's data retention law violates privacy rights
04.08.14

Court rules that the EU's data retention law violates privacy rights

The European Union has argued that telecom companies must hold on to internet and phone records fo...

By J. Fingas,   04.08.14
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03.28.14
EU court rules that internet providers may have to block pirate sites
03.28.14

EU court rules that internet providers may have to block pirate sites

Internet providers in Europe may soon have little choice but to filter out pirate sites. In resolv...

By J. Fingas,   03.28.14
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