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A Florida federal judge on Wednesday held that John McAfee, founder of the eponymous cybersecurity software company, is liable for the death of a man who owned a vacation home next to his in Belize.
From FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr’s perspective, the agency has an obligation to make sure its suite of regulations stimulates economic growth and encourages service providers to expand their networks.
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking comments on a recent study examining the proposed $59 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint that was submitted by the two companies as they continue to seek approval of the deal.
Verizon subsidiary Oath Holdings Inc. does not have to defend a patent lawsuit over advertisement technology in the Eastern District of New York, the Federal Circuit ruled Wednesday, finding a lower court failed to follow its decision that TC Heartland was a change in the law.
A Delaware federal judge on Wednesday ordered 10X Genomics Inc. to pay nearly $24 million to Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. and the University of Chicago after a jury found that it infringed a droplet-based method of manipulating DNA.