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03.15.20
Broadcom lawsuit blames your Netflix habit for a drop in chip sales
03.15.20

Broadcom lawsuit blames your Netflix habit for a drop in chip sales

It says Netflix violates patents, but competition may be the real issue.

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03.13.20
Nintendo prevails in lawsuit over Switch console and JoyCon design
03.13.20

Nintendo prevails in lawsuit over Switch console and JoyCon design

The US Patent and Trademark Office ruled Gamevice’s work to be ‘unpatentable.’

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03.12.20
ACLU sues Homeland Security over airport facial recognition records
03.12.20

ACLU sues Homeland Security over airport facial recognition records

The ACLU wants to know how the tech has been used at airports and borders.

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03.11.20
California ends opposition to T-Mobile and Sprint merger
03.11.20

California ends opposition to T-Mobile and Sprint merger

It hopes a settlement will overcome concerns about prices and jobs.

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03.11.20
Sharp sues Vizio over display tech in 70-inch TVs
03.11.20

Sharp sues Vizio over display tech in 70-inch TVs

Sharp claims Vizio and two other companies infringed 12 patents.

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03.05.20
Judge dismisses Tulsi Gabbard’s $50 million ad lawsuit against Google
03.05.20

Judge dismisses Tulsi Gabbard’s $50 million ad lawsuit against Google

Google’s actions did not violate Gabbard’s free speech, the US District judge wrote.

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03.04.20
Russian court says facial recognition tech does not violate privacy
03.04.20

Russian court says facial recognition tech does not violate privacy

A court in Moscow says the city's 105,000-strong camera network can stay.

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03.02.20
Leaked documents suggest Huawei violated Iran sanctions
03.02.20

Leaked documents suggest Huawei violated Iran sanctions

The documents could support the DOJ's allegations.

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03.02.20
Apple will pay up to $500 million to settle lawsuit over throttled iPhones
03.02.20

Apple will pay up to $500 million to settle lawsuit over throttled iPhones

Owners of older iPhones can expect to get about $25 per device.

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