Zoom has agreed to pay $86 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. The allegations included breach of customer data privacy and poor security standards that allowed zoombombing.
Microsoft has detailed some legal activity that it is engaged in to restrict the use of malicious infrastructure such as typosquatted domains - called "homoglyphs" - that are used for impersonation.
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.
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.
Microsoft has disclosed details of three cases where it fought secrecy orders issued by the U.S. government accessing customer data. The orders came from federal courts in Maryland and New York.
Due to a legal dispute, Huawei has reportedly removed all Tencent games such as PUBG, Arena of Valor, and Honor of Kings from its app store. It's currently unclear why this extreme step was taken.
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.
Facebook is suing two individuals for abusing its services. Fatih Haltas is being sued in the U.K.'s High Court of Justice while Nikolay Holper will go before the federal court of San Francisco.
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.
The French competition authority has fined Apple €1.1 billion ($1.23 billion) for fixing prices with distributors, in turn affecting independent re-sellers. The firm plans to appeal the decision.
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.
Apple has had its hearing the the EU's General Court today. It has claimed that the EU's tax order of €13 billion over its dealings in Ireland are out of proportion and does not reflect reality.
Apple is set to challenge the European Commission in the EU's second-highest court on Tuesday after it was ordered by the EU executive to pay a massive €13 billion ($14.4 billion) in back taxes.
Microsoft's president, Brad Smith, has revealed in a new book that Taylor Swift's lawyers were threatening legal action over the naming of Microsoft's short lived AI-powered chatbot, Tay.
In a legal battle that has stretched for more than a year, common ground has been found and an agreement brokered that will resolve all disputes regarding the Star Control franchise.
Huawei has filed a new court motion for a speedy process on the verdict on a U.S. ban against its products and services. The move follows a series of mishaps befalling the company last week.
Europol is going after the 151,000 registered users of the biggest DDoS-for-hire website. The law enforcement authority has warned that these people will "face action for the damage they have caused."
Apple has confirmed that it plans to release software updates for the iPhones starting next week in order to address court injunctions in China, which threaten to ban the sale of its devices there.
Zuckerberg's failure to front the UK over the Cambridge Analytica scandal has seen it oblige a Six4Three managing director to turn over documents that may include Facebook executive correspondence.
In a recent SEC filing, Tesla admitted that it had received a subpoena pertaining to Model 3 production figures despite denying it less than one week ago. It said the DOJ is also investigating.
In the ongoing legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple, the former has claimed that the Cupertino giant owes it $7 billion in royalties. Apple has rejected this claim, deeming it to be unfair.
Qualcomm seeks to amend its lawsuit filed late last year against Apple, this time saying it has spotted email correspondence and source code development history that it claims will boost its evidence.
Valve and Ubisoft have been fined with monetary penalties of €147k and €180k respectively due to improper refund policies. The two companies now must display a notice informing users of said fines.
While ZTE has found itself somewhat worse for wear after its recent run-in with the US Government over breached sanctions, Huawei has remained confident in its compliance with international laws.
All future DLC for popular multiplayer title, Friday the 13th: The Game, have been canceled due to an ongoing legal battle between makers of the movie. The future of the game is in limbo.
Sony has been working preemptively to combat World Cup piracy online. The firm, which holds the rights to the event in some Asian countries, told streaming sites not to stream the event, or else.
Australia's National Transport Commission is aiming to roll out a national regulatory framework by 2020 to help drive adoption of autonomous vehicles and clarify vehicle operation responsibilities.
A U.S. court has ordered Samsung to pay $539 million in damages to Apple. This is just the latest development in a seven-year legal feud that the two firms have been engaged in with each other.
The Federal Trade Commission has put six companies, including the three main gaming hardware manufacturers, on notice due to illegal warranty void policies that forbid third-party repair services.
Valve has lost its appeal against an AU$3 million penalty for misleading consumers about their rights regarding refunds in Australia. The company now must pay the fine and put a notice on its site.
Intel has been taking the brunt of the consumer backlash over the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities found in its CPUs, but AMD is also starting to take some heat in the form of legal action.
The FCC's decision to kill net neutrality in December has finally appeared in the Federal Register today, meaning that the ruling will go into effect in 60 days, unless Congress does something.
Google can't seem to get away from controversy as it is now being sued for defects that were found in the Pixel and Pixel XL. The lawsuit claims that the firm sold defective products knowingly.
A Chinese court this week ruled against Samsung in an ongoing patent dispute with Huawei. The company has also been instructed to stop sales of all products that use the technology in question.
Apple has acknowledged throttling older iPhones to conserve batteries that have started to wear out. The consumer response has been more than 23 lawsuits and counting, despite an attempt to make good.
In an extremely ironic situation, it appears that Apple has lost a lawsuit against an Italian clothing brand named "Steve Jobs", which has also shown an interest in releasing electronic products.
In an attempt to overturn an order by President Trump to ban the use of its products of government machines, the Russia-based company said there is no evidence of wrongdoing by the security firm.