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A Massachusetts appeals court on Monday shot down a man's challenge to an order that required him to unlock his iPhone as part of a child abuse investigation, ruling that the directive didn't violate his Fifth Amendment rights because law enforcement already knew what would be on the device.
Days before the Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote to roll back the legal underpinning for its net neutrality rules, it announced plans Monday to partner with the Federal Trade Commission to share information and enforcement duties for service providers that don't honestly disclose their open internet practices.
An attorney for wireless speaker maker Sonos Inc. told a Delaware jury Monday that competitor Denon Engineering infringed its patents to advance its own hoped-for “Sonos killer” sound systems at the opening of a weeklong bellwether federal court trial in Delaware.
Orbital ATK has been awarded a $34 million contract from the U.S. Air Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center to build a platform that can carry technology or small satellites into space, the company announced Monday.
Telecommunications software company Netcracker has reached a nonprosecution deal with the U.S. Department of Justice, agreeing to implement enhanced security measures to resolve a criminal investigation alleging that its contracted work had resulted in security “degradation” at the Defense Information Systems Agency, the DOJ announced on Monday.