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Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of Samsung, Reversing $382 Million of $930 Million Verdict for Apple
Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of Samsung, Reversing $382 Million of ...
Pandora Has Legal Right to Access Music Catalogues
Pandora Has Legal Right to Access Music Catalogues
Grooveshark Shuts Down After Six Years of Legal Battles
Grooveshark Shuts Down After Six Years of Legal Battles
Woman Sues Google After Losing Thousands to Hackers
Woman Sues Google After Losing Thousands to Hackers
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Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of Samsung, Reversing $382 Million of $930 Million Verdict for Apple

Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of Samsung, Reversing $382 Million of $930 Million Verdict for Apple Summary: Although Apple previously won a $930 million verdict against Samsung for its Galaxy S smartphone design, that award has now been reduced by $382 million. Samsung and Apple began battling in court years ago about Samsung’s alleged “borrowing” of…>read more

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Pandora Has Legal Right to Access Music Catalogues

Pandora Has Legal Right to Access Music Catalogues Summary: A court ruling reemphasized that the federal regulation, consent decree, does not allow publishers to withdrawal partial rights from ASCAP in order to deny rights to some providers like Pandora. A federal appeals court has said that Pandora, the…>read more

No Comment View Count: 478 May 7, 2015

Grooveshark Shuts Down After Six Years of Legal Battles

Grooveshark Shuts Down After Six Years of Legal Battles Summary: After Napster and Limewire came Grooveshark but they too are now shutting down after six years of legal battles with major record companies. Grooveshark is the latest music sharing site to finally get caught for illegally providing users with…>read more

No Comment View Count: 573 May 1, 2015

Woman Sues Google After Losing Thousands to Hackers

Woman Sues Google After Losing Thousands to Hackers Summary: A California woman is suing Google for failing to reimburse her for transactions they admit were created by hackers. It’s the nightmare of the internet age: that all this online transferring of funds and identities and information could expose…>read more

No Comment View Count: 636 April 21, 2015

United States Cannot Circumvent Foreign Privacy Laws, Microsoft Says

United States Cannot Circumvent Foreign Privacy Laws, Microsoft Says Summary: Although the United States served a warrant on Microsoft in 2013, asking for data to be turned over, the company has argued that it does not have to provide the information. According to The Register, Microsoft’s general counsel and…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1708 April 10, 2015

Texas Bill Would Provide Representation for Fetuses of Brain-Dead Women

Texas Bill Would Provide Representation for Fetuses of Brain-Dead Women Summary: A new bill in the state of Texas would provide representation for the fetuses of brain-dead women.  A lawmaker from Fort Worth, Texas is pushing a new state law that will provide representation for fetuses in court hearings, according to…>read more

No Comment View Count: 3008 February 13, 2015

Revenge Porn May Soon be Stopped

Revenge Porn May Soon be Stopped Summary: A new ruling by the FTC aims to better protect consumers from revenge porn tactics. Many men and women have suffered humiliation after their exes have used their private images or videos to seek revenge after going through a…>read more

No Comment View Count: 2805 February 4, 2015

Zapproved Offers New Technological Legal Services

Zapproved Offers New Technological Legal Services Summary: Zapproved, with a $20 million investment and the acquisition of eCloud Collect, will be offering new software services to its clients. Zapproved, a Hillsboro, Oregon based legal services firm, announced a new product at a legal trade show in…>read more

No Comment View Count: 2642 February 2, 2015

Federal Judge Steps Down from Panel over Evidence Rules

Federal Judge Steps Down from Panel over Evidence Rules Summary: Judge Jed Rakoff has resigned from an advisory committee after the Justice Department determined it could not examine the nature of evidence used in a trial. According to the Wall Street Journal, a federal judge has resigned from a…>read more

No Comment View Count: 2414 January 30, 2015

Web Could be Reclassified as Utility, Tech Group Finds

Web Could be Reclassified as Utility, Tech Group Finds Summary: An Internet advocacy group has stated that the Federal Communications Commission would legally be able to reclassify the Internet as a utility. According to The Hill, a trade group that represents large technology companies stated that the Federal Communications…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1655 January 7, 2015

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