Search engine giant pays out $17 million to 37 states for dropping cookies on Apple's Safari browser.
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has sided with Garmin International in the first inter partes review proceeding instituted under the America Invents Act.
There are a lot of costs that go into a start-up but don't skimp on creating a proper legal entity for your new enterprise.
The Supreme Court of Texas will soon decide when an anonymous blogger can be revealed.
Colo. judge orders the release of the accused Aurora theater shooter's profile records on Match.com and AdultFriendFinder.com.
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Companies in Europe transferring data to non-EU countries without consumer consent will be penalized under new Snowden-inspired data protection regulations.
One U.S. District Judge thinks an app could help both inmates and parole officers alike.
The Google trademark is so famous that many googlers look elsewhere to leave their mark.