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  • December 02, 2022

    AT&T To Pay $6.25M To End SEC Suit Alleging Selective Leaks

    AT&T Inc. has agreed to pay $6.25 million to end U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission claims that the telecommunications giant and three of its mid-level executives broke the law by selectively leaking company information to Wall Street analysts, the parties told a New York federal court Friday.

  • December 02, 2022

    Google Escapes Revised 'LockBox' Privacy Dispute For Good

    A California federal judge has permanently tossed a proposed class action accusing Google of using a secret program called "Android Lockbox" to unlawfully collect data from non-Google apps on Android devices, finding that the plaintiffs had failed to remedy pleading deficiencies that previously doomed their claims. 

  • December 02, 2022

    DHS Cyber Review Board To Probe Lapsus$ Extortion Crew

    A review board made up of U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials and private-sector cybersecurity experts said Friday that it will investigate a set of high-profile hacks attributed to a global cybercrime gang known as Lapsus$ and release advice on how to deal with the group's extortion tactics.

  • December 02, 2022

    Google Takes $4B Android Fine Appeal To EU Top Court

    Google is appealing a European court's decision to uphold a record-breaking antitrust fine over claims the company imposed contractual restrictions on phone manufacturers that rely on its Android mobile phone operating system to cement its dominance over general internet searches.

  • December 02, 2022

    Astros Owner, Comcast Drop Suit Over Broadcast Deal

    The owner of the Houston Astros baseball team has agreed to drop its claims in Texas Supreme Court against broadcasters Comcast and NBCUniversal in a long-running suit over allegations that it was cheated when it bought the organization almost a decade ago.

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