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Google must globally deindex the website of a company that allegedly sold stolen networking technology, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, taking a position that the web giant has argued would quell free expression online.
A bill in the Illinois General Assembly seeking to limit the collection and disclosure of a smartphone user's geolocation data within applications will be sent on to Gov. Bruce Rauner after the House narrowly approved the legislation Tuesday.
A California magistrate judge on Wednesday granted Intel's request for a protective order safeguarding its highly confidential information from Qualcomm's in-house counsel in the Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust suit over Qualcomm’s patent licensing practices, saying the risks to Intel outweigh the benefits to Qualcomm.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Rite Aid and several others challenging a 2015 Federal Communications Commission order that expanded the scope of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act on Tuesday pushed the D.C. Circuit to look to a recent Second Circuit order in deciding how much latitude consumers should have to revoke their consent.
The U.S. government asked the Delaware Chancery Court late Tuesday to halt a case alleging the founder of cloud computing company ServiceMesh Inc. paid bribes to score nearly $100 million in earn-out payments from the company's sale, saying it wants to finish a criminal investigation first.