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The New York company charged consumers up to $249 to fix nonexistent PC problems, the FTC says
The group of companies promised free gift cards and electronics, but required phone owners to jump through several hoops
Microsoft, Ask.com and Oracle have been sued so far in the latest round
The move could push retailers and banks to better secure their own cards and systems
The former Oracle employee charges the company with restraining competition
The FBI and security companies have observed 'recent intrusions'
Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel stand accused of entering into no-hiring agreements
People looking to buy something are more likely to search on Amazon, said Eric Schmidt
Budovsky is accused of operating a digital currency service that catered to criminals laundering money
Human flesh search engines had been used to expose corruption, but also to attack ordinary citizens
Roman Valeryevich Seleznev has been charged with 11 counts of wire fraud
The Supreme Court might weigh in on the extent to which APIs can be protected by copyright
A federal appeals court will rule on the constitutionality of National Security Letters
The government's current laws violate Twitter's First Amendment rights, the company says.
Terms of the deal will involve a patent licensing agreement, according to a court filing