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The FCC is fining AT&T after an investigation concluded they misled millions of unlimited data customers by throttling their data and failing to adequately notify users of their plan's limitations.
After a report released by the Canadian Privacy Commission declaring Bell Mobility had violated its customer's privacy and the law, a $750 million dollar lawsuit has been filed in Ontario
After years of investigation, European Union regulators are preparing to file a formal lawsuit against the search giant for anticompetitive practices and abuse of its dominant position in the market.
A class-action lawsuit over a data breach that occurred within Target back in 2013 has finally found a resting point as the company agrees to pay $10 million
The nonprofit organization behind Wikipedia is joining forces with eight other organizations to sue the NSA, aiming to put an end to the mass surveillance program that also affects its users.
Microsoft has sued Kyocera, a company which showed some interest in the Windows Phone OS at the Mobile World Congress 2015. The lawsuit cites patent infringement as the cause of the lawsuit.
Erricson has filed not one, but seven patent related lawsuits against the Cupertino tech giant in a U.S. court, and is asking the International Trade Comission to block iPhone sales in the U.S.
US officials are attempting to sneak in a change to the rules governing search warrants that will allow US judges to issue worldwide search warrants in cases that involve computers and networks.
Apple is being sued by A123 for poaching some of its most important engineers, which seemingly violates their non-compete clause. The engineers are helping Apple build a large battery division.
Up to two dozen victims were named in the criminal complaint which was filed in June last year, with some testifying that it had "ruined" their lives. Operator is now convicted facing a long stretch.
Four tech giants once again try to resolve a class-action lawsuit by tech workers over employee mobility and compensation, after last year's rejected settlement of $324M.
Apple's legal team enters the new year full of joy as they face a class action lawsuit with accusations of engaging in unfair, deceptive, and fraudulent business and advertising.
Sony has threatened Twitter and one of its users with a lawsuit after the user posted screenshots of leaked emails, it follows similar threats to news organizations reporting on the leaks.
Mississippi Attorney General has called for a timeout after Google filed a lawsuit against him and accused him of doing MPAA's dirty work.
An eight-person jury has decided that Apple was not being anti-competitive when it blocked third-party music players from iTunes and deleting non-iTunes songs from iPods without its FairPlay DRM.
Amid the leaking of personal info by hackers, two former employees have filed a class action lawsuit against Sony for failing to protect employees' data.
In the ongoing anti-competitive class action lawsuit, a former iTunes engineer has testified that Apple intended to block third-party music players and songs from accessing iTunes and iPods.
Although a new initiative from Comcast to turn home routers into 'public wi-fi hotspots' across 19 cities in the US has left some customers angered, just 1% have reportedly opted out.
Microsoft is suing the IRS after the agency failed to provide information requested after the company filed a 'freedom of information' request for a contract pertaining to an audit.
Microsoft's recent lawsuit against Samsung for defaulting on Android royalties has been upheld by a US court despite Samsung's plea to put the suit on hold while it files for arbitration.
After a lawsuit was filed against both Intel and HP for manipulating Pentium 4 benchmark scores, the companies reached a settlement that resulted in a $15 cashback for those affected.
Nokia says that Microsoft is now liable to pay compensation to customers who bought faulty handsets from the Finnish company, after a court ordered that Nokia Mexico pay damages to those customers.
A Mexcian court has ordered Nokia to pay damages to customers who purchased handsets that were later found to be defective - and owners of these faulty devices can still register for compensation.
Following a lawsuit from Getty Images over copyright infringement, Microsoft has bit the bullet and removed the beta version of its Bing Image Widget, which allowed site owners to easily embed media.
After Lindsay Lohan took legal action against Rockstar Games, claiming the GTA V character Lacey Jonas is based on her, the company has hit back, saying her lawsuit is purely for "publicity purposes".
A California man is suing Sony over their game Killzone: Shadow Fall. The man is accusing the company of false advertising and unjust enrichment due to their lack of support of native 1080p graphics.
Facebook is once again facing a lawsuit related to privacy. This time it's a class action in Austria aimed at the company's involvement in PRISM and the way it tracks and handles user data.
Bose audio has formally filed a legal complaint accusing Beats Electronics, soon to be owned by Apple, of violating several patents for noise-cancelling headphone technology.
The Mannheim Regional Court in Germany found Motorola guilty of infringing on a patent held by engineering firm LPKF, and now Motorola has to stop selling the Moto G and X, and recall some devices.
T-Mobile was hit with a lawsuit from the FTC, stating T-Mobile knowingly profited from customers on behalf of unauthorized Premium SMS charges. Legere has responded trying to set the record straight.
T-Mobile's response to the FTC's claims that it engaged in fraud have been nothing but childish and deflective. But with a few actions, they can actually support their fledgling pro-consumer image.
In a recent lawsuit filed by the FTC, mobile service provider T-Mobile has been accused of hiding fraudulent charges to third-party horoscope and other text services in its customers bills for years.
Employees of major Silicon Valley companies have agreed upon a settlement of $325M in their class-action lawsuit, but judget Lucy Koh believes they should get more and may not approve it.
A Californian man has been accused of posting naked photographs of various women on a certain "revenge porn" website and demanding money through another website for removing the explicit content.
The second highest court in the European Union has found Intel guilty of conspiring with PC makers against competing chipmaker AMD, and has been ordered to pay a fine of $1.4 billion.
According to a report by the Korea Times, Apple and Samsung may be working to settle their various cases outside of court. This comes after Google and Apple agreed a similar thing earlier this month.
Megaupload, Kim Dotcom, and others request stays on civil suits pursued by the music and movie industries to prevent their 5th amendment rights being violated in the ongoing criminal cases.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a request from Novell to take up its anti-trust lawsuit against Microsoft, finally ending a court battle that has been going on for years.
Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe have agreed to settle a lawsuit that claimed the four companies were conspiring to hold down salaries with a $324 million payment.
A Microsoft shareholder has filed a lawsuit against the company's board of directors, claiming mismanagement in dealing with the IE error that caused the EU to fine Microsoft for breaking an agreement
Google and Viacom jointly announced today they have settled their copyright infringement court battle surrounding the YouTube service that started in 2007. Terms of the deal were not revealed.
The U.S. government filed a lawsuit against Sprint this week, claiming the wireless carrier overcharged them by $21 million in expenses. Sprint has denied the allegations.
Californian court will be hearing a price-fixing lawsuit and has urged consumers who bought DRAM products to file a claim to get a refund of the calculated difference from the involved companies.
Taking a page from Apple's lawyers, the University of Wisconsin is suing the company for allegedly infringing upon a patent issued to three professors back in 1998. The patent involves the A7 CPU.
The Federal Patent Court of Germany has invalidated Microsoft's FAT patent which the company has been using to gather royalties from infringing Android device manufacturers for the past few years.
Hotfile.com who have been in a legal battle with the MPAA since 2011, had reached a settlement with the organization which included certain conditions to continue operating has closed anyway.
Popular cloud-based file sharing website, Hotfile, has been ordered to pay about $80 million and shutdown to settle a copyright infringement lawsuit filed by the Motion Picture Association of America.
The US Government has been sued by software maker Apptricity for running unlicensed copies of their military software, for which the Government has agreed to pay $50 million as damages for settlement.
The verdict is in! Apple wanted $380 million, Samsung wanted to pay only $52 million, but now the jury has decided Samsung owes $290 million in damages for patent infringement.