Federal court judge erred in its interpretation of US antitrust laws, according to Epic Games' in its appeal.
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The App Store will no longer have to remove its rule that prevents developers from adding in-app links to payment websites.
Facebook has been accused of using algorithms that amplified hate speech and failing to take down specific posts inciting violence against the Rohingya people.
Regulators around the globe are concerned Nvidia's proposed deal would give it too much control over computing technology and designs that are relied on by competitors.
After many appeals, the Apple-Epic Games lawsuit in Australia will definitely go ahead next year.
People with disability are allegedly charged extra fees if they require more time to enter a Uber vehicle because of their disability.
Europe's General Court has sided with the European Commission in its finding that Google gave preferential treatment to its own price-comparison services while relegating the results of competitors.
The judge found Apple had 'no credible reason' to push back the App Store change.
Five Congress members have written a letter to Amazon's CEO, accusing the company of misleading a committee about whether it uses third-party seller data to copy products.
Google has filed a counter claim in its Epic lawsuit, accusing the games developer of evading its contractually agreed service fee to Google.