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The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security has joined several semiconductor makers in calling upon the European Commission to lay out baseline requirements for the privacy and cybersecurity of connected devices, saying the current lack of guidance is worrisome in light of the rise of the internet of things.
Sprint lost its bid for a new trial in its dispute with a phone reseller accused of violating the mobile giant's contract terms, a federal judge ruled Friday, flatly denying Sprint’s request for a redo.
A Florida federal judge on Friday reopened wireless communications company ParkerVision Inc.'s smartphone patent dispute against Apple, LG and Qualcomm after the end of a related U.S. International Trade Commission investigation.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has a slate of initiatives aimed at speeding up the expansion of broadband service in rural areas, including one that would potentially cut red tape by preempting state and local authority on the issue. Here, attorneys representing local stakeholders tell Law360 how these reforms would impact further broadband deployment.
A National Labor Relations Board judge on Thursday ordered several Verizon Wireless stores to strike certain employee handbook policies, including some the NLRB declared unlawful in a separate case in February and others that were not previously analyzed.