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China fines Qualcomm $975 million for monopolistic business practices

Qualcomm will settle the fine, and modify some business practices in the country, the company said.

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EFF urges car-repair, DVD-remixing exemptions to copyright law

The U.S. Copyright Office is considering exemptions to the DMCA's anti-circumvention provisions.

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China looks to impose a hefty fine on Qualcomm to protect local device makers

According to media reports, China is close to fining Qualcomm over $1 billion for monopolistic behavior

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ARM acqusition highlights quest to embed IoT security

Chip makers such as ARM and Intel are working to improve security in software and hardware

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Alibaba props up mobile OS with investment in Chinese smartphone maker

Alibaba is investing $590 million in smartphone vendor Meizu

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Lawmakers question White House influence on FCC's net neutrality turnaround

The House oversight committee asks whether Obama improperly steered Wheeler toward a tougher stance

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Hackers target health care as industry goes digital

Medical fraud could increase as hackers gain sensitive medical information on victims

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Privacy groups want investigation of big data acquisitions

The regulatory agency should conduct stricter reviews before granting approval to big data deals, four groups say

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Sharing mass surveillance data was illegal but is now OK, UK tribunal rules

British intelligence agency GCHQ is pleased that the UK's bulk interception regime is now lawful

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Friday, February 6

China suspected in Anthem breach ... NSA used data stolen by hackers ... IBM gives more Watson power to app devs ... and more news

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LinkedIn's China bet starts paying off with increase in users

LinkedIn has doubled its Chinese user base to 8 million in the year since it set up a local subsidiary

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White House picks VMware's Tony Scott as CIO

Scott will replace Lisa Schlosser, who was filling the role temporarily

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ClusterHQ: Bringing the power of containers to enterprise data

This young company just took in a fresh $12 million in new funding.