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The judge will decide during a March hearing whether to approve the settlement.
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Booking services must show full price for flights, with no last-minute additions before a booking is confirmed, the EU's top court has ruled
In a New York federal court, the prosecution begins its case against the alledged mastermind of the Silk Road underground marketplace.
But the 'collecting societies' of the U.K., Sweden and Germany are defending their plan, unveiled in 2013
A previous settlement was rejected last year by the court as being too low
Prosecutors charge Texas man Ross Ulbricht with single-handedly running the billion dollar Silk Road underground marketplace
The prosecution calls the notorious and now shuttered website as "the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet".
Data retention is under fire in many EU states
Petitions are not the right mechanism for dealing with government personnel issues, the White House says
Monster claims it was fraudulently eased out from a development deal with Beats ahead of Apple's acquisition.
Some businesses claimed Yelp strong-armed them into buying ads.
Clients have not suffered losses, the bank said
Japanese police believe only 1 percent of some 650,000 bitcoins was taken by hackers, according to the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper.
CSC will restate its results for 2010 through 2012, and has promised not to violate US antifraud, reporting and accounting laws in future