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Competitive networks group Incompas on Friday told the Federal Communications Commission that CenturyLink and Level 3 have not demonstrated the central key to gaining merger approval — showing an overall benefit to the public interest — saying the companies instead "gloss over" such concerns.
A First Amendment protections nonprofit based out of New York’s Columbia University filed a lawsuit Monday asking a D.C. federal court to force the U.S. government’s border patrol agencies to turn over requested documents about how many electronic devices they search or confiscate at the country’s borders.
Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn on Monday released the final draft of a plan to improve connectivity for disadvantaged Americans, after having received feedback from more than two dozen organizations.
The Federal Circuit on Monday upheld a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision invalidating several claims of an Intellectual Ventures computer firewall patent challenged by IBM and a group of banks, finding the claims to be obvious.
An English High Court justice Monday denied Israeli defense contractor Rafael Advanced Defense Systems’ request to continue restraining a former partner from working on a Brazilian Air Force contract pending an arbitration decision, finding no evidence the partner company intends to break a nondisclosure agreement by using Rafael’s proprietary technology to complete the work.