The legal counsel for the English Premier League says the ultimate goal of eliminating pirated content is designed to protect its fans.
The EU regulators claim the investigation will inform future applications of the new Digital Markets Act.
The company responded by claiming its actions were all 'legit and truthful'.
A lawyer's picnic awaits in jurisdictions with more robust defamation laws than the United States if Twitter authenticates all users.
The ride-sharing giant will be slapped with AU$26 million in penalties.
LinkedIn has lost its latest attempt to block companies from scraping information from its public pages, including member pages.
Artificial intelligence can be trained to think ethically and be creative, even composing poems and music, but humans cannot be removed completely from the equation, which still requires intuition and morality.
As European regulators dig into three-year-old restrictions, Microsoft officials say they will look into complaints around running Microsoft software on rival clouds.
Vendors providing penetration testing as well as managed SOC monitoring services have up to six months until October to apply for a licence from Singapore's Cyber Security Authority, or cease the provision of such services.
The industry watchdog will be granted a host of legal powers to enforce the rules.
Ireland's mandatory data retention laws went a step too far, says the European Court of Justice. Now a murderer may be set free.
An Australian federal court judge has ordered the Epic-Apple trial be rescheduled to 2024 so its timing is closer to a similar dispute between Epic and Google.