Emblaze fails to sue Apple for $511m

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An Israeli company denied claims of "patent trolling" during its lawsuit with tech giant Apple. A Californian court ruled against Emblaze, meaning Apple will be spared paying $511m of compensation.

Skype founders take eBay to court

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The original founders of online telephony service Skype have filed a lawsuit against eBay, and an investment group who recently agreed to buy the service, seeking millions of dollars in damages for unlicensed use of...

The Pirate Bay's final day in court

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As the court heard the closing statements today in The Pirate Bay's trial the defendants' four lawyers all closed with the same argument, stating The Pirate Bay does not host any of the illegal copyrighted...

Open Source Advocates Hail Appeals Court Ruling

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Free software advocates are praising a federal appeals ruling that allows greater protection for open-source software against copyright infringement. The case concerns a company, Kam Industries, that downloaded open-source code for use in a product...

eBay beats Tiffany in court case over trademarks

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EBay Inc. scored an important victory in court Monday, as a federal judge said companies such as jeweler Tiffany & Co. are responsible for policing their trademarks online, not auction platforms like eBay. Tiffany...

French Court Fines eBay Over Fake Goods

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A French court has ordered eBay to pay a 40m euro fine (£36.1m; $63m) to luxury goods group LVMH for allowing fake copies of its goods to be auctioned on the site. The case was...

Dell: Fradulent Business?

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Today in a New York State Supreme Court, Dell's financial services was deemed fraudulent on terms that Dell was failing to honor their promised no-interest or no-payment options. Dell told Reuters it "disagrees" with the...

Court Extends Microsoft Oversight

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Court oversight of Microsoft Corp.'s market power, which began in 2002 after a landmark antitrust settlement, has been extended by 18 months after a ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly today. The decision...

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