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Judge Refuses To Dismiss AWS Claim Of Trump JEDI Interference

Failure for attempt by Microsoft and US DoJ to dismiss complaint from Amazon Web Services about Trump's JEDI contract interference

1 week ago

Post Office Slammed After Convictions Overturned

Convictions overturned due to Post Office's faulty Horizon computer system, with Prime Minister calling the convictions "an appalling injustice"

2 weeks ago

FTC Asks US Court Not To Grant Facebook Antitrust Dismissal Request

FTC and US states ask US federal court not to grant Facebook's request to dismiss their antitrust lawsuits filed against…

1 month ago

Facebook To Allow Users To Limit Comments On Posts

Stopping toxic trolls? All users to effectively be given ability to switch off comments on posts, or limit those who…

1 month ago

Uber Agrees To Minimum Wage, Holiday Pay After Court Ruling

Major development for gig economy after Uber agrees to minimum wage, holiday pay and pensions for its 'self-employed' drivers

2 months ago

California Can Enforce Its Own Strict Net Neutrality Law

Open Internet Victory? Ruling from US federal judge rejects attempt by US broadband providers to block California's tough net neutrality…

2 months ago

Epic Games Refused Permission To Sue Apple In London

Fornite maker Epic Games refused permission to sue Apple in London over App Store commission charges, but Google can be…

2 months ago

UK Court Rules Uber Drivers Are Workers

UK Supreme Court rules Uber drivers are workers, not self employed contractors, in major intervention in the British 'gig economy'

3 months ago

Swedish Court Rejects Huawei Appeal Over 5G Ban

Appeal by Huawei against Swedish regulator's decision to exclude it from 5G networks dismissed, with 5G auction slated to begin…

4 months ago

Julian Assange Extradition To US Denied By UK Judge

Protracted extradition of Wikileaks co-founder to the United States is halted by London court, but US DoJ is expected to…

4 months ago

Kim Dotcom Extradition To US Granted, But Appeal Allowed

Fresh twist in long-running extradition of controversial Kim Dotcom to the United States, following NZ Supreme Court ruling

6 months ago

Judge Dismisses Amazon Coronavirus Safety Lawsuit

Lawsuit by Amazon workers over alleged lack of Covid-19 protection in Staten Island facility has been dismissed by New York…

6 months ago

Uber, Lyft Ordered To Classify California Drivers As Employees

Landmark ruling for gig economy? Californian Appeals Court orders ride hailing firms Uber and Lyft to classify their drivers as…

7 months ago

Oracle’s Android Lawsuit Against Google Heard At US Supreme Court

Ten year old Android dispute is heard before highest court in the United States this week, as Oracle seeks ruling…

7 months ago

French Appeals Court Orders Google To Talk To Publishers

Begin talks now about reusing content. French Appeals Court tells Google it must talk to French publishers over payments to…

7 months ago

Cisco To Appeal Against Billion Dollar Patent Ruling

Networking giant found guilty of infringing four cybersecurity patents and ordered to pay $1.9 billion, but it will appeal

7 months ago

European Court Backs EU Net Neutrality Rules

The top court in Europe, the CJEU, has officially backed the European Union's net neutrality laws that were enacted back…

8 months ago

NSA Surveillance Program Exposed By Edward Snowden, Ruled Unlawful

Spying setback. US Court of Appeals rules the NSA surveillance and mass data collection program exposed by Edward Snowden, was…

8 months ago

Epic Wins Unreal Ruling, But No Fornite Return To Apple App Store

US judge partially backs Epic and grants its injunction, preventing Apple from removing Unreal engine from Apple developer program

9 months ago

Uber, Lyft Granted Emergency Injunction By California Court

Gig economy development. No California shutdown yet for Uber and Lyft, after court grants emergency injunction over worker status

9 months ago

Uber Will Close Down In California After Court Ruling, CEO Warns

Court ruling to classify Uber and Lyft drivers as employees means Uber and Lyft will probably shut down temporarily in…

9 months ago

Uber, Lyft Drivers Classified As Employees, Judge Rules

Gig economy change. Judge in California rules drivers for Uber and Lyft are employees, and not freelancers or contractors

9 months ago

Police Use Of Facial Recognition Breached Privacy, Court Rules

Milestone ruling. The UK Court of Appeal rules use of automatic facial recognition (AFR) tech by South Wales Police is…

9 months ago

Former Google Executive Sentenced To 18 Months Prison For IP Theft

Former senior executive at Google’s self-driving car project sentenced to 18 months in prison for large trade secret theft

9 months ago

Top EU Court Strikes Down EU-US Privacy Shield Data Deal

Data sharing deal between the United States and Europe has been struck down by the European Court of Justice, with…

10 months ago

Apple’s £11.8 Billion Irish Tax Bill Overturned

Big relief for Tim Cook. EU court overturns Apple's need to pay 13 billion euros in back tax payments to…

10 months ago

Apple Irish Back Tax Ruling Expected Next Week

Ruling in appeal against European Commission's order that Apple pay the Irish government $16 billion in back taxes due next…

10 months ago

Lawsuit Accuses Apple Of Cover Up Over Falling iPhone Sales

Lawsuit filed by Apple shareholders allege that Tim Cook and co fraudulently concealed declining demand for iPhones, especially in China

11 months ago

Huawei’s CFO Suffers Extradition Setback

Meng Wanzhou, daughter of Hauwei's founder and CFO of the firm, suffers legal setback in fight against extradition to the…

12 months ago

Coronavirus: French Court To Rule On Amazon Warehouse Appeal

Appeal by Amazon against Trade Union court action, that resulted in the e-commerce giant closing all its warehouses in France

1 year ago