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The mobile carrier made profits from services not ordered by customers, the FTC said.
Hewlett-Packard has reached agreement in three shareholder lawsuits arising from its 2011 acquisition of Autonomy
The Supreme Court allows a class-action lawsuit against Google for Wi-Fi snooping to move forward.
The lawsuit centers on accounting irregularities that led to an $8.8 billion writeoff
The law paves the way for legal use of community currencies, bitcoin and other U.S. dollar alternatives
Aereo subscribers wake to find their service cancelled after a US Supreme Court ruling against the company.
Regulations to fight crime should be in line with human rights, Austria's Constitutional Court said
Facebook has filed an appeal for the return of the data and for a ruling on several legal points
European Google users may now see a warning when they search for a name
Oculus VR said that neither code nor technology from ZeniMax figures in its products
Google wants to be everywhere, the Supreme Court rules cell phones are private during an arrest and technology helps a quadriplegic regain use of his hands.
The unanimous ruling comes down strongly on the side of privacy rights
The core of Aereo's business is illegal under the U.S. Copyright Act, the Supreme Court rules.
The umbrella data protection agreement has been under negotiation for more than three years
Plan to forge agreement with Google in competition case is controversial
Oregon and Oracle are likely headed to a battle in court over Cover Oregon