In a rare collaboration within the technology industry, Apple, AOL, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have launched a campaign to convince the U.S. government to restrict the amount of spying it does online.
The latest hearing over a breached protective order in 'Apple v. Samsung' featured plenty of fireworks but no resolution as to what remedy may be imposed on Samsung and Quinn Emanuel for mishandling sensitive information related to a licensing deal between Apple and Nokia.
Two Taiwanese LCD executives have been ordered released on bail following arguments in their antitrust case before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
A woman's late-night email saying that she would go to a government building and show "government hacks" what the Second Amendment "is all about" may not have been intended as an actual threat, but a federal appeals court has rejected her First Amendment defense.
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