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The hackers have released more confidential data and reissued threats against the company
Although the law might be illegal, the UK government is looking to expand its web snooping capabilities
The police are checking whether Uber was negligent in some areas, including the background check of the driver
Police are checking, for example, whether Uber verified the driver's antecedents
State media breaks silence on the Sony hack
Uber drivers operating in Portland, Oregon risk fines up to $5000 as the ridesharing service comes to the city.
Pressure on law enforcement to find the hackers increases after employees were allegedly threatened.
The FTC approves a final settlement in its complaint over children's unauthorized in-app purchases
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The case will be appealed at the European Court of Human Rights
Company's should only deal with one privacy regulator instead of 28, industry associations said
The company is embroiled in a class-action lawsuit that claims it removed rival music services’ songs from iPods without telling users.
The agency reaches a settlement with a billing service that tried to populate online medical records with customer data
Apple didn't coin a new word, according to a federal judge
Plaintiffs complain that Apple married iTunes music with iPod players, and they want $350 million in damages.