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The government was granted a warrant to obtain emails and other information from a Gmail account
The cybercriminals targeted money transfer franchises in several European countries
Rushing a surveillance bill like this shows utter disregard for the democratic process and the rule of law, a privacy group said
The Chaos Computer Club wants new evidence to prompt an investigation into mass surveillance of German citizens
The amount Apple pays out depends on the outcome of its appeal of a 2013 antitrust ruling.
Assange hoped to get order lifted, and leave Ecuadorean in UK where he has been holed up for two years
SAP changed its terms and conditions, making an appeal unnecessary, the company said
A Bank of America spokesman denied wrongdoing with regard to Tibco's software
Previously, Seattle had put limits on the number of cars allowed on the road. But the city's mayor brokered a deal with taxi operators, legislators, and ride-sharing companies.
The move comes after a cease-and-desist demand from the city attorney.
Police in eight countries worked with security vendors to seize domain names and servers used by the Trojan program
The agency's lawsuit against Amazon mirrors its earlier action against Apple for a similar problem.
The legislation would overturn a Library of Congress decision to remove legal protections for unlocking
The European Commission sent questionnaires to companies, probing potential effects of the acquisition
A new group seeks to provide its members insulation against attacks by patent trolls