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Apple Must Pay 20 Million for Patent Infringement
Apple Must Pay 20 Million for Patent Infringement
USA Freedom Act Set for a Vote on Tuesday in the Senate
USA Freedom Act Set for a Vote on Tuesday in the Senate
Voided Contract in Idaho Could Affect Seniors and Graduation
Voided Contract in Idaho Could Affect Seniors and Graduation
Apple Ordered to Face Lawsuit Involving Text Message Application
Apple Ordered to Face Lawsuit Involving Text Message Application
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Apple Must Pay 20 Million for Patent Infringement

Apple Must Pay 20 Million for Patent Infringement Summary: Apple has been fined $20 million for infringing upon patents from the 1990s. The Guardian reports that Apple was fined over $20 million in a Texas court after it was found that Apple’s iPhone infringes patents on pager technology from…>read more

No Comment November 19, 2014

USA Freedom Act Set for a Vote on Tuesday in the Senate

USA Freedom Act Set for a Vote on Tuesday in the Senate Summary: A new bill, the USA Freedom Act, is scheduled for a vote in the Senate on Tuesday of this week.  The Reform Government Surveillance coalition, which consists of Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and Apple, is working to curb the United…>read more

No Comment November 17, 2014

Voided Contract in Idaho Could Affect Seniors and Graduation

Voided Contract in Idaho Could Affect Seniors and Graduation Summary: A contract that has been voided in the state of Idaho could affect the graduation of hundreds of high school seniors if they cannot take an online math class. A school official from Idaho has said that high school students…>read more

No Comment November 14, 2014

Apple Ordered to Face Lawsuit Involving Text Message Application

Apple Ordered to Face Lawsuit Involving Text Message Application Summary: A judge in California has ruled that Apple must face a lawsuit filed against it regarding its text messaging application and non-Apple devices. Apple Inc has been ordered to face a federal lawsuit that claims the company did not tell…>read more

No Comment November 12, 2014

Obama Makes Stand on Net Neutrality

Obama Makes Stand on Net Neutrality Summary: Obama urges net neutrality, while the FCC plans on changing rules. Though Ebola has kept a sexy hold on our interest lately, the issue of net neutrality, less talked about, is more likely to touch your life. Net neutrality,…>read more

No Comment November 11, 2014

Silk Road 2.0 Seized by Feds and Operator Arrested

Silk Road 2.0 Seized by Feds and Operator Arrested Summary: The leader of Silk Road 2.0, Blake Benthall, has been arrested by the FBI and the website has been shuttered, according to a release.  The online drug market known as Silk Road 2.0 has been seized by the FBI, according…>read more

No Comment November 7, 2014

Emails in Ireland at Center of Microsoft Fight with Justice Department

Emails in Ireland at Center of Microsoft Fight with Justice Department Summary: Microsoft is in the middle of a heated battle with the federal government regarding a search warrant asking for emails stored on a server in Ireland.  Microsoft is in the middle of a heated battle with the federal government regarding…>read more

No Comment November 6, 2014

Brad Smith Speaks Out Against Privacy ‘Arms Race’ in U.S.

Brad Smith Speaks Out Against Privacy ‘Arms Race’ in U.S. Summary: The general counsel for Microsoft, Brad Smith, has decried the privacy ‘arms race’ in this country and has filed three lawsuits on behalf of the company.  During a forum at Harvard Law School, Brad Smith said that we need to…>read more

No Comment November 5, 2014

San Francisco Sued Over New Vacation Rental Law

San Francisco Sued Over New Vacation Rental Law Summary: The city of San Francisco has been sued by HomeAway for its new law regarding how home rentals can be handled within the city. The largest vacation-home rental site in the country, HomeAway, filed a lawsuit against San Francisco on…>read more

No Comment November 4, 2014

FTC Files Suit against AT&T for Decreasing Data Speed

FTC Files Suit against AT&T for Decreasing Data Speed Summary: After millions of customers complained, the Federal Trade Commission has filed a lawsuit against AT&T for slowing down the data speeds of those with unlimited data plans. On Tuesday, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it was filing a lawsuit…>read more

No Comment October 30, 2014

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