Don't-Miss Legal Stories
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
ITC decision comes after similar investigation was launched into complaints against Samsung by Nvidia
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has been indicted by South Korean authorities for operating an illegal taxi service
Ireland has asserted that foreign courts are obliged to respect Irish sovereignty
Google accuses Mississippi official of working with the movie industry to attack it.
Italy's Privacy Authority has ordered the first removals of Web pages from Google's search engine under the provisions of last May's European Court of Justice ruling on the "right to be forgotten."
Italy's Antitrust Authority has imposed a €500,000 (US$609,000) fine on TripAdvisor, the travel planning website, following complaints of unfair business practices by a national hoteliers' association and a consumer protection organization.
Policing the country's Internet link wouldn't necessarily stop the actions of hackers
Confidential information from Sony was leaked after a hack in late November.
HP's proposed settlement to shareholders could let the company of the hook for far too much, a judge ruled
President Obama stops talks of "cyberwar" in its tracks; North Korea denies links to Sony hacks.
Theater owners were concerned about terror threats
The country denies FBI allegations that it was responsible for a hack into Sony Pictures
A federal lawsuit charges that the government's Internet surveillance is unconstitutional