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German court requires Google to stop ignoring customer emails

Emails sent to Google used to go unanswered by default

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India's biometric ID project is back on track

Critics are concerned that the biometric data may be misused

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Chinese regulator urges Qualcomm to help local companies make money

Qualcomm is facing an antitrust probe in China for allegedly overcharging clients

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CTIA chief lashes back at FCC chair on net neutrality

Mobile has to have different Open Internet rules from fixed broadband, Meredith Attwell Baker says

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Decision in EU Google antitrust case postponed to next Commission's term

The matter will be handed over to the next Commission in November

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iPhone 6's delayed launch in China could stoke more demand

China won't be among the first markets to sell the iPhone 6

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Snapchat settles ownership dispute, says app idea came from ousted partner

Snapchat cofounders Evan Spiegel and Robert Murphy have reached a settlement with former Stanford University colleague Frank Reginald Brown

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FCC may put mobile under same net-neutrality rules as wired broadband

The past double standard is a big issue in many public comments, FCC Chairman Wheeler said

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Senators call for investigation of Home Depot breach

A recent breach raises questions about the company's data protection practices, two senators say

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33 equipment manufacturers oppose public-utility broadband

IBM, Cisco, Intel and other companies oppose calls to reclassify and regulate broadband as a common carrier

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Google convenes first 'right-to-be-forgotten' meeting

It hosts the first of seven meetings, which one critic has labeled a PR stunt.

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Tech industry groups ask US Senate to 'swiftly pass' NSA curbs

The coalition of tech industry groups wrote a letter to Senate leaders as an erosion of trust was affecting their business abroad

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EU wants more concessions from Google in antitrust case

A competitor calls it troubling Google make get a fourth chance to propose terms

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Tech giants appeal settlement decision in Silicon Valley hiring case

The judge's recent settlement rejection was a clear error as a matter of law, attorneys said

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Botnet malware discovered on Healthcare.gov server

A server connected to Healthcare.gov had botnet malware on it, but the malicious code was never used and no personal information was compromised.