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Penalties levied under a New Zealand surveillance law have proved too risky for a leading software defined networking collaboration.
Weeks after US privacy groups called on Microsoft to disclose law enforcement requests to Skype, amid controversy over China surveillance and snooping, the software giant did. While China appears low in the table, the devil is in the details.
Europe's antitrust chief has said Microsoft will "comply" with regulators' demands even if the software giant is handed heavy fines for (apparently) inadvertently flouting EU law.
The New Zealand Government has moved ahead with plans to ban patents on software, but an exemption to the ban has left open-source developers outraged.
In a new Australian Federal Court case between Micro Focus and NSW Police, the law-enforcement agency has hinted that the software it was accused of pirating doesn't belong to the vendor.
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The software giant has co-developed a 'Domain Awareness System' alongside New York law enforcement and counterterrorism authorities, and intends to sell it to cities around the world
Trade of commercial game items to be banned from the second half of this year to keep students from wasting time, report says.
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Software used internally should still be protected even if there's less risk, and companies should know limitations of copyright law and create holistic regime to safeguard intellectual property, say observers.
Microsoft could face lawsuits by prepackaging Windows Defender security suite with its latest operating system as users might be less inclined to buy third-party antivirus software, lawyers say.
Nine Chinese writers take Cupertino to court for copyright infringement on 37 works currently available on App Store, demanding US$1.9 million in compensation.
Is there a killer in the software code running millions of medical devices? GNOME Executive Director Karen Sandler, formerly of the Software Freedom Law Center, has been fighting to get this software opened up for inspection and review since she received her own implanted defibrillator in 2008. The FDA and Supreme Court have been no help. She recently shared her journey at OSCON 2011.
Proposed new patent-reform law may merely speed up tangled system; one observer suggests doing away with software patents altogether.
ISPs that intercept user Web search queries to benefit from manipulating results may violate the law and are at risk of incurring user wrath, industry insiders warn.
Regulation will give clear guidelines on legitimate use and management of data, and ultimately help companies run an "honest business", industry watchers note.
Eva Chen is a 20-year veteran of the security industry, having established the now Taipei-based antivirus giant in 1988 with her sister and brother-in-law while in Los Angeles. At the time, Chen kept herself afloat as a sports journalist. She's also been a software developer and has published science fiction books.
The former employee said he quit after realising that the law firm was demanding payment for copyright infringement from people who were 'not guilty'
Rebuffing the Justice Department, judges insist on warrants because e-mail records give police "the ability to peer deeply" into someone's activities.
U.K. High Court ruling has clarified the jurisdiction in which a company can be pursued for "making available" Internet-hosted material.
With plagiarism detection software under UK law, either students can hand over their intellectual property rights and potentially succeed, or refuse... and have their assignments forced through anyway. Fair or unfair?
Third party enterprise support lawsuit between SAP and Oracle is center of major dust up between the New York Times and Hewlett-Packard chairman Ray Lane.
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