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Governments should adopt a light touch approach in regulating virtual currencies and instead allow technology to help protect consumer interests, says Singapore-based Bitcoin broker, Coin Republic.
Mega Upload founder Kim Dotcom headed back to the High Court this week to retrieve his New Zealand assets, which were ceased during his arrest in January 2012.
With China out of the picture, India is the company's last big hope. But Google's experiences here should give it some pause
Mt. Gox founder Mark Karpeles is "unwilling" to travel in order to attend a US bankruptcy hearing.
Apple wraps up its testimony, fueling hopes that this trial might really wrap up by the end of the month.
Facebook's seasonal transparency report is expanding beyond just offering a glimpse at the number of government requests for account information.
Sweden's telecoms operators have stopped collecting subscriber data despite the country's data retention laws remaining in force.
Opponents of Europe's data retention directive now have the legal standing to challenge it at a national level.
In the wake of Games of Thrones airing the first episode of its fourth season in the US, data from TorrentFreak showed Australia downloaded the most pirated copies of the episode.
Telstra will appeal a judgment handed down by the Federal Court that saw Australia's largest telco lose out to the ACCC, Vocus Communications and several iiNet subsidiaries.
If there's a lack of innovation anywhere in Apple v. Samsung, it can be found in the mudslinging going back and forth between lawyers in a San Jose courthouse.
China's plan to impose a value-added tax (VAT) on telecom services since April will reportedly be postponed. This will be slight relief for carriers, whose profits worth of tens of billions yuan will be dented once it is implemented.
The US Trademark office has pushed back on Google’s effort to trademark the term ‘Glass’ for its electronic wearable glasses device.