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A Shanghai semiconductor company filed a trademark law suit against Qualcomm, claiming the US chip giant unlawfully used its trademark in China over the past decade.
The mandate dropped amid revelations about government surveillance on U.K.-headquartered mobile provider Vodafone.
A recent 'right to be forgotten' case at the European Court of Justice has opened up the floodgates for requests to bury data. Who should decide when those demands are legitimate?
Attorney-General's Chambers issues a warning to City Harvest Church pastor, Tan Kim Hock, over two messages posted via his Twitter account which implied Singapore's judiciary system was unjust.
The Supreme Court ruled for Limelight in a case that will heavily influence future patent lawsuits and Internet video streaming.
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Google has launched a form where those who want the search giant to stop linking to outdated information about them can file their request.
The European Commission has tax avoiders in its sights – and that means tech companies could be footing a bigger bill on the continent.
Facebook wants the EC's watchdogs to take a look at the multibillion dollar deal to see if it breaches competition regulations.
A court in Fars province has called for Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, to address alleged privacy violations caused by Instagram and WhatsApp in Iran.
The bill was designed to curb NSA surveillance. But many groups have withdrawn their support after it was "watered down." Next stop, the Senate.
After a ruling from the EU Court of Justice signalled countries shouldn't take a tolerate attitude to copyright infringement, Poland is in no hurry to tackle illegal downloading.
The Australian Federal Police have arrested two men suspected of attacking the websites and networks of the Australian and Indonesian governments, as well as Melbourne IT.
Reports suggest that Bitcoin exchanges including Mt. Gox are under investigation over potential ties to the online marketplace Silk Road.
Will Google's European antitrust proposals give it the right to run an 'extortion racket'?