Silk Road founder loses appeal and will serve life in prison
Evidence of corrupt federal agents wasn't enough to overturn his sentence.
The federal courts have already given up on net neutrality
The FCC is about to change all the rules anyway.
Kim Dotcom asks the Supreme Court to hear him out
The founder of Megaupload is trying to get $75 million back from US authorities.
Samsung can't use in-box warranty to kill Galaxy S4 lawsuit
Not for a lack of trying, though.
Apple faces a price-fixing suit over App Store purchases
The revived case could go class action and cost Apple 'hundreds of millions' of dollars.
Former Uber drivers can appeal bans in New York City
You'll have a second chance if you were kicked out for certain reasons.
Microsoft victory protects overseas data from US warrants
Court rules that domestic warrant can't compel Microsoft to provide access to data stored in Ireland.
Net Neutrality upheld by appeals court
Judges rule that the FCC's Open Internet Order is legal and valid.
Apple's $120M patent victory over Samsung overturned on appeal
A 2014 jury ruling in favor of Apple is no more.