Dish has warned of irreparable damage being dealt to the online video industry and the competitive nature of the business if the merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable goes ahead.
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The broad definition of a 'network' in new national security legislation could give Australia's top spy agency access to just about every computer on the internet, according to legal experts.
Chinese search giant opens another startup development center in northern Chinese municipal of Tianjin, offering free office space as well as finance, legal, and technical support.
Pioneers of Digital offers practical advice about social networking, digital media, advertising and marketing based on interviews with interesting figures such as Jaron Lanier, Danny Sullivan, Martha Lane Fox and even Stephen Fry
A group of Apple users in the UK have launched a legal case against Google after the search giant was found to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser by U.S. authorities.
Tweeting from New South Wales courts may be a thing of the past, with the state government looking to ban the use of electronic devices in court.
Things such as remote wiping a former employee's personal device that was connected to a corporate network can land companies in legal hot water, according to Tech Research Asia principal analyst Tim Dillon.
Samsung earned a minor victory in the Apple legal battle with a federal court reversing the Galaxy Nexus ban and unified search limitation.
Microsoft is rebranding its search marketplace as the 'Yahoo Bing Network' and its online advertising offering as Microsoft AdCenter as 'Bing Ads.'
The cities of Hamburg and Berlin are to launch a new legal initiative to protect owners of WLAN networks from litigation if intruders commit offences on their network.
Seoul's district prosecutors arrest three workers from Israeli equipment inspection firm for allegedly stealing and leaking information on Korean manufacturers' yet-released 55-inch AMOLED TV panels to rivals, report states.
Founder of Chinese telecom giant, which has faced security concerns in the US and Australia, makes call for global cooperation to improve data protection, according to reports.
Lawsuit by unnamed Japanese alleges Internet giant's autocomplete feature breached his privacy, seeks damages for sudden job loss and subsequent job rejections.
More people in Southeast Asia turning to mobile for property-related online searches, which is why it is vital for real estate agencies to develop a mobile strategy to address this trend, market players urge.
Automated data archiving system helps companies protect themselves against lawsuits and comply with upcoming data protection legislations, Symantec exec says, but Asian companies hesitant to jump onboard.
Chinese diplomat allegedly tried to fradulently obtain information related to military technology from several Japanese defense companies. China, however, dismiss espionage allegations as "groundless".
Incorporating social technologies help improve data discoverability and collaboration within enterprises, says one analyst, but another says effectiveness in converting search to sales still unclear.
Indian telco under investigation for alleged money laundering and violation of foreign exchange rules, which company source says is related to airwave grants from decade ago, report states.
Issues such as network latency, immature legal frameworks and inadequate safeguards for customers to disengage from cloud services mean most will retain critical apps in-house, observers note.
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