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Latest News in Telecommunications

  • December 03, 2021

    DC Circ. Probes Interference Risks Of SpaceX's Starlink

    The D.C. Circuit probed Friday whether the Federal Communications Commission responsibly approved changes to SpaceX's Starlink broadband satellite constellation, with a three-judge panel homing in on whether the agency rightly concluded that an environmental review was unnecessary and whether it correctly relied on a forthcoming international compliance certification.

  • December 03, 2021

    Caltech Sues Samsung After $1B Apple Patent Win

    The California Institute of Technology went to Texas federal court Friday with a new lawsuit that says Samsung's Galaxy smartphones infringe the same patents that a California jury said Apple Inc. and its supplier Broadcom Inc. infringed to the tune of over $1.1 billion in damages.

  • December 03, 2021

    Motley Rice Atty To Lead PlayStation Antitrust Class

    A California federal judge appointed Michael M. Buchman of Motley Rice LLC as interim lead counsel for a consolidated antitrust class action against Sony over PlayStation digital downloads.

  • December 03, 2021

    Accessible Phone Co. To Pay $40.5M For FCC Rule Violations

    The Federal Communications Commission has struck a $40.5 million deal with an accessible phone call company accused of wasting the government funds it was given to provide call services to people with hearing and speech disabilities, according to the agency.

  • December 03, 2021

    Netflix Improperly Poached Fox Execs, Calif. Panel Says

    Netflix has lost its bid to overturn a lower court injunction barring the streaming giant from poaching Fox executives with fixed-term contracts, after a California appellate court panel unanimously affirmed the decision.

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