An administrative law judge ruled that policy statements are not binding on the general public
The video service says it has no problem with the content but does not want to be its source.
Five persons from Vizify have joined Yahoo's media organization in San Francisco
Yahoo will progressively require users of its services to sign in with a Yahoo ID
Sprint is accused of overcharging law enforcement agencies more than US$21 million
The Google unit was earlier ordered to take the video down, but it can be shown with changes, a judge rules.
The appeals court went by a strict interpretation of the statute under which the driver was charged
The government says it needs to hold the data because of various lawsuits challenging its collection
The appeals court overturned a district court order denying an injunction on the video
Apple said its controversial e-book deals had helped lower prices and stimulated competition.
Google is looking for developers who will develop unusual applications around its platform
The e-commerce company did not disclose how much it paid for the startup
In response to a petition, the White House said the Federal Communications Commission is an independent agency
The appeal court, however, ruled that the sending of copies of data seized to the U.S. was unauthorized.
The company was working on login authentication using a mobile phone
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