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News in the iOS world this week covered the first update for Apple Watch OS, a judge opens iPhone design to the world, and the watch will soon hit retail stores for purchase.
A federal judge's opinion is the latest scathing retort to US border searches.
The lower house of the French parliament has passed legislation allowing authorities to spy on suspected terrorists without prior authorisation from a judge.
Don't judge the Apple Watch based on the queue around the Apple Store: it's going to take a lot longer to see if it has succeeded.
Telstra has been ordered to pay AU$18,000 and apologise to a family law judge after it failed to tell him that it had published his details in the White Pages directory online and in print.
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A circuit judge likened police forcing smartphone owners to unlock their device with a fingerprint akin to providing a DNA sample or an actual key.
Judge Lucy Koh has rejected the offer as too low, but the companies aren't taking the decision lying down.
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A US judge has lifted a stay on a ruling, forcing Microsoft to hand over data it stores overseas. But the software giant said it will not comply, pending an appeal.
A federal judge has backed Oracle's position against third-party support vendor Rimini Street in rulings over defamation claims and copyright theft.
US judge rules that more than 64,000 tech workers have a strong claim against Silicon Valley's most successful companies in a lengthy conspiracy to hold down their wages and careers.
The former Autonomy CFO, whose company was acquired by HP, said if a judge approved a settlement over the two firms' disputes, the "real reason" for the 2012 write-down would be buried.
Well that's certainly a phrase one US judge can nail on the casket of her career.
Oracle won $1.3 billion against SAP, but that was later thrown out by a district judge. Oracle wants that reinstated, but the third court to look at the case appears wary.
A proposed modification to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure would allow a judge to issue a warrant to search computers where their physical location is unclear, or where criminal activity takes place in five or more areas. Think of them as "botnet warrants."
Comments made by Verizon's chief lawyer (and heavily disputed by legal experts and academics at the time) have been proven false.
A case against Twitter was dismissed after a Manhattan judge said the complaint "does not allege that Twitter secretly limited that authority contrary to the standard practice in the securities industry."
The broadening of the FTC's powers to include cybersecurity and lawsuits over security breaches extends the government's ability to destroy businesses.
The cost-benefit analysis is incomplete, Ziggy Switkowski has gone rogue and there's still no clarity around how or even if the government will access Telstra's copper – yet Malcolm Turnbull happily marked NBN Co's fifth birthday with a new Statement of Expectations putting the NBN on a road to nowhere. How will future Australia judge this day?
A U.S. District judge in Manhattan has sentenced Scot Zarkiewicz to 63 months in prison and ordered him to forfeit $5.5 million in assets after the former CEO of SingleClick Systems copped to defrauding 35 victims of more than $6.3 million in a private-stock scam.
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