"LEGAL" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 43 items for the tag: LEGAL
Apple could pay $862 million fine in patent infringement case
Courts have ruled that Apple has infringed on a patented owned by the University of Wisconsin to power its modern A-series CPUs.
Audi confirms 2.1 million cars use emission cheating software
The Dieselgate scandal roars onward as Volkswagen admits to using emission-cheating scandal in millions of Audi cars.
Avid Life Media sending takedown notices following data dump
Avid Life Media goes on offensive, sending out takedown notices.
Swedish man behind BlackShades malware pleads guilty in US court
Co-creator of the BlackShades malware pleads guilty, and faces up to 10 years in prison.
Russian citizen pleads not guilty to stealing 160M credit cards
Russian citizen Vladimir Drinkman faces numerous charges, and a lengthy prison sentence if convicted, after serving as part of an international hacker ring.
Sony going to court over unauthorized use of song in 'The Interview'
Sony in more trouble as an artist sues them for the illegal use of a song.
Uber driver allegedly flees authorities with three passengers onboard
Uber driver fled authorities with three passengers onboard, matter under investigation by Uber and authorities.
Intel loses appeal against $1.44 billion fine in EU
Intel loses appeal in attempt to get massive $1.44 billion fine thrown out in the EU, court says regulators weren't overly harsh with the fine.
FCC wins approval for rural broadband subsidies from appeals court
The FCC has been granted the right to use telephone subsidies to help the rollout of broadband to rural communities around the US.
HP to pay $54 million in proposed class action settlement
Settlement needs court approval before the WebOS fiasco is behind HP. There is no word on whether the court will approve the deal at this time.
Sprint to add stolen and lost smartphones to CheckMend database
Sprint will begin putting all lost or stolen smartphones into an international database making it harder to sell and activate the devices.
Google smacked with patent infringement suit over Google Earth
Google by ART+COM for patent infringement over similarities between Google Earth and Terravision.
Man flies drone over neighbor's property, appears to have been spying in 3rd-story window
Man flies drone over neighbor's property, refused to stop until police were called.
Apple, Google, and others agreed not to poach during mid-2000s
Apple, Intel, Google, and others had non-poaching agreements in place, now being sued by five worker.
IBM to Acquire StoredIQ
Virginia women faces legal action over negative Yelp review
Yelp reviewer lands in court after posting a negative review.
Google forced to pay Australian man $208,000 over claims of defamation
An Australian court rules that Google must pay $208,000 to a man for linking to defamatory sites.
Apple getting sued by VirnetX again after the latter won $368 million
Apple hit with another lawsuit by VirnetX over patents involving VPN and FaceTime.
Apple has lost trademark case in Mexico for iPhone namesake
Apple suffers a legal loss in Mexico over the iPhone trademark.
OCZ stock falling faster than Felix Baumgartner, down to $1.46
OCZ's stock falling like a rock after news that revenues would be substantially lower, losses higher.
Another Samsung sales ban is overturned by the courts, Galaxy Nexus can now be sold again
Samsung gets to start selling the Galaxy Nexus again after the sales ban against it was overturned.
Apple v Samsung legal struggle continues, Judge Koh can decide fate of Galaxy Tab 10.1 ban
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 should no longer be under a sales ban as Judge Koh can now rule on it.
Apple sues Polish online grocery store for using 'A.pl' domain, next stop Adam and Eve for eating the forbidden fruit
Apple at it yet again, this time they sue Polish online grocery store over their 'A.pl' domain.
Apple lowers memory chip order from legal adversary Samsung
Apple cuts its order of memory chips to Samsung for the iPhone down.
Apple seeks 8 Samsung devices banned from store shelves in preliminary injunction request
Apple identifies which devices it intends to pursue a sales ban of in latest court filing.
Tim Cook sends memo to employees about lawsuit, says it 'is about values'
Tim Cook releases a memo to employees saying legal battle with Samsung was about values.
New Zealand court rules FBI must release evidence against Kim Dotcom
New Zealand court rules that the FBI must turn over its evidence to Kim Dotcom.
Bizzaro world: Apple licensing iOS design patents to... Microsoft
Apple are licensing iOS design patents to Microsoft.
Google stands up for Hotfile and Megaupload in court
Megaupload and Hotfile find an ally in... Google.
Another torrent site closes, this time voluntarily, BTJunkie closes its doors
BTJunkie closes down, another BT site bites the dust.
Hitachi-LG price fixing update: three executives will face jail time
Three executives from Hitachi-LG will face jail time over price fixing.
Europe has ruled that ISPs can't be forced to block pirate sites, NZBs and torrent users cry pirated tears of joy.nzb
Europe does something great, rules that ISPs can't be forced to block pirate sites.
VIA Sues Apple for Patent Infringement
Poker Site Founders Get Bitchslapped By US Department Of Justice
FBI, DoJ go after online poker founders, banks accused of money laundering and other shady stuff.
Taiwanese NMA Animation Has Zuckerberg Pissing All Over Ceglia Emails As Lawsuit Battle Continues
Facebook is getting sued. Again. But this time we have Chinese Animation!
Intel updates Q4 financial expectations
Hot on the heels of the AMD Settlement.
AMD and Intel reach a settlement
$1.25 billion and a new five year x86 agreement.
EU set to hit Intel with large fine
Says Intel is Violating Anti-Trust Laws.
Apple Found Guilty of Patent Infringement
Needs Better Patent Search.
AMD claims Intel wants them Dead
Well their head lawyer does.
Apple investors may sue over Jobs' Health Issues
Say Apple should have given better information.
RIAA Wins Default Judgment from 19 Year Old Girl
They Must be So Proud.
P2P Lawsuits May be Based on Unconstitutional Laws
US Courts used as "Low-Grade Collection Agencies"