A Kenyan labour court has ruled that Facebook's parent company Meta can be sued by an ex-moderator. Daniel Motaung used to review posts on the site and claims it harmed their mental health.
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Google shared a blog post commenting on the consequences the CCI's fine imposes on India's economy and the company. It argued that the order affects smartphone prices, costs to developers, and more.
Public schools in Seattle have filed a lawsuit against tech companies behind platforms like TikTok and Instagram for inflicting negative affects on the mental health of young students.
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.
Amazon UK could be forced to pay out £900 million to customers who have purchased items since October 2016. A case is being brought against the company that claims it has acted uncompetitively.
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.
Meta and Google have collectively been fined $72 million in South Korea for not clearly informing users prior to collecting their data to analyze their interests and behaviors to display custom ads.
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.
Following subpoenas issued by the FTC during the ongoing probe of Amazon, the company has accused the regulator of making unjust demands to harass its top executives, including ex-CEO Jeff Bezos.
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'.
Meta is being sued by META for infringing on its brand name. The two companies had previously been negotiating, but Meta has so far refused to come to the table to settle the matter.
A judge has expedited a trial between Twitter and Elon Musk. It will take place over five days in October. Musk had hoped to delay it until February, but the judge said this would harm Twitter.
Apple is abusing its market position by restricting access to the iPhone NFC hardware, blocking entry to other payment companies, and monopolizing Apple Wallet, claims a class-action lawsuit.
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 announced four U.S.-centric initiatives to foster a healthy culture at its workplace. These include removing non-compete clauses for almost all employee and increasing pay transparency.
Uber and Lyft will cover the legal costs of their drivers who get fined for assisting someone to get an abortion by driving them to a clinic. Lyft announced measures to help customers too.
Some iOS developers based in the United States could get a payout by Apple as part of an antitrust settlement. If you believe you're affected, you should apply for the money by May 20.
Scraping data from websites that are publicly accessible does not constitute 'hacking', ruled the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in a case involving LinkedIn. This ruling could set a precedent.
The Joseph Saveri Law Firm has called on TikTok to reinstate Candie Frazier, a content moderator that it's representing in a class action complaint against the viral video platform.
Google says it is working with partners to disrupt the resilient Glupteba botnet. It is also taking legal action against the suspected botnet operators to put a permanent stop to the botnet.
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.
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.