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A competitor calls it troubling Google make get a fourth chance to propose terms
The judge's recent settlement rejection was a clear error as a matter of law, attorneys said
A server connected to Healthcare.gov had botnet malware on it, but the malicious code was never used and no personal information was compromised.
But a German data protection commissioner called the decision 'a catastrophe and a setback for data protection'
Wang Long is demanding China Unicom give him a refund on his Internet fees
Charlie Shrem, a bitcoin entrepreneur, and Robert M. Faiella pleaded guilty before a New York court.
A jury trial might be preempted if a new settlement is reached
The agency will focus on a new broadband competition agenda, its chairman says
Smith will focus on promoting technology in the government and across the U.S.
The Senate is likely to vote on a pumped-up version of the USA Freedom Act this fall
Accepting Google's commitments would secure its dominance rather than temper it, the publishers said
The company failed to notify telephone customers that they could opt out of targeted marketing campaigns, the agency said
The companies exchanged sensitive commercial information on pricing, customers and contract negotiations, the Commission said
EBay was charged with entering into an agreement with Intuit to limit competition for employees
Broadband providers call on the FCC to leave state laws alone