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A federal judge says Facebook investors can pursue a lawsuit because the social network concealed information on its IPO filing.
Google joins IBM, NEC, Novell, Philips, Red Hat and Sony as a full member of the Open Invention Network open-source and Linux patent protection organization.
Asus could be required to pay $138 million in damages and possibly stop producing products that use USB technology.
A new package of regulation has been passed in Italy, cutting the costs and time needed to get sites blocked or copyright infringing work removed from the internet. But is the law as well thought out as it should be?
Group-buying website Scoopon has been fined AU$1 million by the Australian Federal Court for misleading both consumers and businesses.
China's top antitrust regulator will add more manpower in 2014 as the country is set to redouble its efforts to battle price fixing, state media reported last week.
The AFP has arrested a man who was allegedly using smartcards and decoders to hack into Foxtel's pay-TV service and provide it illegitimately to 8,000 people.
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The US chipmaker could face a fine as the Chinese regulator holds 'substantial evidence' of price fixing.
After a Dutch anti-piracy organisation has had the site evicted from its Saint Martin home.
The new rules will follow the principles of encouraging innovation, a unified market, inclusion of all market players, and while not restricting market forces.
The High Court of Australia has ruled in favour of the ACCC, reinstating the AU$2 million fine for misleading advertising handed down to TPG by the Federal Court last year.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer & Co. talk about his legacy and lessons learned. Get ready for a series of posts, starting with this one.
With the unregulated virtual digital currency Bitcoin gaining both acceptance and momentum, India could soon issuing a warning against Bitcoin transactions to guard against terrorism and investment risks.
We've seen some news that the Trans-Pacific Partnership won't be in place at the year's end as previously intended. What does that mean? Is the TPP a concern for intellectual property rights?