A Hearst Corp. subsidiary's challenge to a Boston federal judge's refusal to slap an injunction on Aereo continues a copyright war between broadcasters and the Internet television distributor.
JP Morgan reports a breach of the personal information of over 465,000 customers.
Policy written by the Federal Communications Commission says one thing and the leader of that commission says another, leaving a court to decide the fate of the Internet.
Larger technology companies are buying smaller ones for their personnel
The Internet tampers with J.D. Salinger's last wishes for his unpublished works.
Reasons why software as a service is problematic in The People's Republic of China.
One week before trial, a judge in Virginia has disqualified a damages expert proffered by Rembrandt Social Media, a nonpracticing entity that accuses Facebook of infringing two of its patents.
Amendments to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which restricts telephone solicitations and limits the use of automatic dialing systems, are finding favor among class action attorneys.
One lawyer's advice on what makes a legal blog work.
Popular file-hosting site Hotfile must cease operations and pay $80 million over allegations it assisted in downloading pirated movies.