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Silicon Valley Company Paid Employees Less than 2 Dollars an Hour
Silicon Valley Company Paid Employees Less than 2 Dollars an Hour
‘Patent Trolls’ and Big Tech Companies Continue Their Fight
‘Patent Trolls’ and Big Tech Companies Continue Their Figh...
Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg Sue Prestigious Law Firm for Fraud
Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg Sue Prestigious Law Firm for Fraud
Parents of Children Who Post Online Could be Held Responsible
Parents of Children Who Post Online Could be Held Responsible
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Silicon Valley Company Paid Employees Less than 2 Dollars an Hour

Silicon Valley Company Paid Employees Less than 2 Dollars an Hour Summary: Electronics for Imaging was fined by the U.S. Department of Labor and forced to pay back pay to employees it had paid just $1.21 per hour for 120-hour work weeks. Electronics for Imaging, a Silicon Valley company that specializes in digitizing…>read more

No Comment October 24, 2014

‘Patent Trolls’ and Big Tech Companies Continue Their Fight

‘Patent Trolls’ and Big Tech Companies Continue Their Fight Summary: Big tech companies and ‘patent trolls’ are continuing their legal battles in and out of court these days, but big tech companies are starting to win. Companies have been purchasing software for two decades now solely to sue technology companies,…>read more

No Comment October 23, 2014

Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg Sue Prestigious Law Firm for Fraud

Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg Sue Prestigious Law Firm for Fraud Summary: Facebook has sued several law firms and attorneys, claiming that they filed a fraudulent lawsuit against it. According to the State Journal, Facebook has filed a lawsuit against several firms that represented a client who claimed he owned half…>read more

No Comment October 21, 2014

Parents of Children Who Post Online Could be Held Responsible

Parents of Children Who Post Online Could be Held Responsible Summary: The ruling of a court in Georgia has set a legal precedent in the online posting of children as parents could now be held liable for those posts. According to a ruling from a Georgia appellate court, parents can now…>read more

No Comment October 16, 2014

Apple Products Hits Finland’s Economy Hard

Apple Products Hits Finland’s Economy Hard Summary: Two of Finland’s biggest industries, the paper industry and Nokia, have suffered tremendously with the introduction of the iPhone and the iPad. The paper industry and cell phone company Nokia used to be Finland’s biggest industries. However, Apple has…>read more

No Comment October 15, 2014

Sending Texts to 911 is Now Active

Sending Texts to 911 is Now Active Summary: If you find yourself in a troubling situation, but cannot make a phone call to a 911 dispatcher, you can now text your location and issue for help. Finding yourself in trouble these days is still a stressful situation, but…>read more

No Comment October 14, 2014

Handheld Devices Could Cause Developmental Delays in Children

Handheld Devices Could Cause Developmental Delays in Children Summary: We have put together a list of the reasons why children under the age of 12 should never be allowed to use handheld devices such as smartphones and tablets. Children growing up in today’s world have a ton of technology…>read more

No Comment October 13, 2014

Former NSA Head Says You Can Avoid Government Spying by Using This One Simple Trick

Former NSA Head Says You Can Avoid Government Spying by Using This One Simple Trick Summary: Keith Alexander offered some less than helpful advice recently to advise citizens how they could avoid having their data observed and stored by government surveillance agencies. Techdirt.com reports that Keith Alexander, the former head of the National Security Agency…>read more

No Comment October 10, 2014

AT&T to Pay Over 100 Million for Unauthorized Charges

AT&T to Pay Over 100 Million for Unauthorized Charges Summary: AT&T will pay $105 million as settlement for claims that it added unauthorized charges to customers’ bills and refused to issue refunds. The Huffington Post reports that AT&T has agreed to pay $105 million as part of a settlement in…>read more

No Comment October 9, 2014

Twitter Sues United States over Surveillance Disclosures

Twitter Sues United States over Surveillance Disclosures Summary: Twitter has filed a lawsuit in federal court, seeking a ruling that will allow it to present the true scope of government surveillance to its users. Twitter Inc. has filed a lawsuit against the United States, seeking the right…>read more

No Comment October 8, 2014

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