Settlement covers many consumer electronics products bought between 1998 and 2002.
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An administrative law judge ruled that policy statements are not binding on the general public
Apple failed to provide enough evidence to warrant an injunction, so a judge ruled that legal damages should be sufficient.
'We at Flexcoin have not lost anything," the site said last week. That changed rather dramatically earlier two days ago.
Sprint is accused of overcharging law enforcement agencies more than US$21 million
The bill in the House of Representatives follows similar proposals in the Senate and the California State Assembly.
The Google unit was earlier ordered to take the video down, but it can be shown with changes, a judge rules.
The exchange committed fraud by not properly handling a hacking attack, the suit alleges
Mt. Gox has filed for bankruptcy, its lawyer told Japanese media at the Tokyo District Court
The appeals court went by a strict interpretation of the statute under which the driver was charged
The Federal Trade Commission today issued its annual look at what consumers in the United States are complaining about the most.
The defendant is accused of stealing personal information of employees and publishing it on a Web site.
The government says it needs to hold the data because of various lawsuits challenging its collection
Errors were made when calculating the fines, the court said
The appeals court overturned a district court order denying an injunction on the video
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