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Google was fined after failing to remove an alleged fake news video about the Russia-Ukraine conflict from YouTube, a Russian district court ruled after the company broke its administrative laws.
A U.S. court has declined a request to halt Meta's acquisition of VR fitness company Within, dealing a major blow to the FTC. It's unclear if the regulator will continue the fight in other avenues.
After being fined $161.59 million in October on the basis of anticompetitiveness by the Competition Commission in India, Google has charged an appeal that the order threatens its market in India.
Meta has agreed to pay $725 million to settle a long-running lawsuit concerning the data harvesting Cambridge Analytica scandal of 2018. However, it has not admitted to any wrongdoing.
A group of 10 gamers have filed a lawsuit against Microsoft seeking to block its purchase of Activision Blizzard. Three of the plaintiffs have admitted to being PlayStation-exclusive gamers.
A programmer has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, GitHub, and OpenAI for their GitHub Copilot tool, alleging that it basically allows Microsoft to profit off of the work of others, without consent.
The European Union is set to announce the AI Liability Directive that will make it easier for individuals to sue the manufacturer of an AI product or its user through "presumption of causality".
Google has lost its appeal in the EU General Court for a case that required it to pay a €4.34 billion fine. Although this fine has been slightly reduced now, it is still its biggest penalty in the EU.
One of the two Apple engineers accused of stealing trade secrets related to the firm's self-driving car project has pleaded guilty. The stolen material included plans for a circuit board.
Nokia recently sued OnePlus and Oppo for infringing upon its 5G technology patents. Following the court's decision in favor of Nokia, the two Chinese firms have halted all phone sales in Germany.
Google has sued Sonos at a federal court in California claiming that it allegedly infringed seven additional Google patents on wireless charging, voice-control technology, and using 'hotwords'.
After Elon Musk's announcement that he is terminating his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, the latter's attorneys have filed a letter to the billionaire's lawyers, calling the decision "wrongful".
Elon Musk has filed to terminate his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, claiming that the platform did not provide him information about bot accounts. Twitter says that it will pursue legal action.
Microsoft has revealed its latest efforts to tackle cyber attacks by a hacking entity linked to Russia called Strontium. It took over several of the entity's domains to help keep users safe.
A U.S. District Judge has finally ruled in favor of Apple in a lawsuit that alleged that the company had ripped off racially diverse emoji from an app developer and integrated them into iOS.
A U.S. court has ruled in favor of Apple in a class-action lawsuit that alleged that the company had intentionally misled consumers about the water resistance of iPhones to raise their price.
Intel has seen a major victory in court as a 2009 European Commission ruling and a $1.2 billion fine against it for anticompetitive behavior and practices to stifle AMD has been overturned.
The UK's Supreme Court has ruled in favour of Google against a claimant who was trying to make the search giant stump up £3 billion in damages caused by 'illegal' tracking back in 2011 and 2012.
Google is countersuing Epic Games arguing a "breach of contract", which is something the Judge agreed Epic had breached during its case against Apple when it activated hidden code.
A court ruling in the Epic Games vs. Apple case states that the latter must allow external payment methods. Meanwhile, Epic Games has been ordered to pay over $3 million for breach of contract.
BlueMail developer Blix has frequently alleged that Apple unfairly suppresses the competition and has stolen its patented IP. However, its antitrust lawsuit has been thrown out of court yet again.
Epic Games is again in the courts, this time suing Chinese augmented reality headset maker Nreal for infringing on its Unreal Engine trademark. Nreal is planning to enter the U.S. market this year.
Uber has agreed to consider its drivers as employees. They will not be considered full-time workers but will earn minimum wage when driving passengers, get sick pay and holiday time, and a pension.
Uber has lost its appeal at the UK's Supreme Court. It means that a group of 25 Uber drivers will now be considered employees of the firm meaning they're entitled to paid holidays and rest breaks.
The court has ordered that Apple CEO Tim Cook must face a seven-hour deposition in the legal battle against Epic Games. It has also denied Apple's subpoena requests for Samsung's internal documents.
A Cyberpunk 2077 investor has filed a lawsuit against CD Projekt to pay damages because he believes the firm got people to invest in the project based on false and misleading statements.
Microsoft has formed a coalition with Google and WhatsApp, among others, to file an amicus brief against NSO Group, claiming that immunity should not be granted to the Israeli technology firm.
Uber will find out in less than two weeks as to whether it will be able to continue operating in London. A judge will decide whether or not the firm should be granted an operating license on Sept. 28.
In a minor win for Epic Games, the court has put a temporary restraining order on Apple with regards to Unreal Engine. However, it claims that the Fortnite situation is of Epic's own making.
In the latest development to the ongoing legal spat between Epic Games and Apple, Microsoft has voiced support for the former, saying that the Cupertino firm's moves threaten Unreal Engine.
An Indian court has summoned Jack Ma, Alibaba's founder, and the firm, in a case in which a former employee alleges he was wrongfully fired after he objected to fake news on UC Web and UC Browser.
YouTube has won its case against PragerU in a U.S. court after the latter alleged that its first amendment rights were being infringed by YouTube's censorship of its right-wing videos.
Tesla has been given permission by a German court to continue felling trees in a 91 hectare plot of forest land that the firm owns. It had been told to stop work earlier this week by another court.
Tesla has been forced to stop work on its fourth gigafactory after a court ordered a temporary halt yesterday. The Green League has been protesting construction over wildlife and water concerns.
Huawei has filed a patent infringement lawsuit with a U.S. court. The lawsuit is against Verizon which has allegedly violated 12 U.S. patents belonging to Huawei. Huawei said it has compiled proof.
Elon Musk has been cleared by a court in Los Angeles over remarks he made. Vernon Unsworth was suing the billionaire after the latter called the former "pedo guy" publicly on Twitter.
A defamation case over Elon Musk's "pedo guy" comment is set to start today. Musk made the remark after his idea to save children stuck in a cave was rebuffed by one of the rescue team.
The chipmaker is looking to appeal and overturn an earlier decision by the courts that acknowledged Apple's violation of the company's patent, but refused to implement a ban on some iPhones in the US.
The mobile chipset maker claims that a Chinese court ruled against Apple in a patent infringement case, forcing the company to halt sales of its more recent iPhone models in the country.