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The European Court of First Instance will give its long-awaited verdict in Microsoft's antitrust appeal on Sept. 17, people involved in the matter said Tuesday. It is by far the biggest antitrust case ever referred...
After a 5,000 word letter on one of China's most popular forums, from a husband writing about a student he suspected of having an affair with his wife, a group of hundreds joined in the...
A federal appeals court has ruled that file-sharing software is in fact legal. The panel noted that file-sharing companies simply provide the software for individual users to share information. Therefore, they cannot be...
A California federal court has dissolved a restraining order against SpamCop.net, just a day after ordering the antispam service to stop warning warn ISPs about complaints of spam coming from their networks. Judge Saundra Brown...
It's dÃ©jÃ vu all over again for Microsoft with the European Commission set to rule on March 24th that it has violated antitrust rules, now that the last-minute talks between the two have collapsed. But...
A New York court has ordered a Niagara Falls company to stop telling consumers they had asked to be spammed. Manhattan Superior Court Justice Lottie Wilkins permanently enjoined MonsterHut from falsely representing that it had...