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Google Fights Global Search Injunction From Canadian Court

July 26, 2017 by John Quilty

After losing a battle over search results in Canadian court, Google has now turned to the American court. In late June, Google was ordered by the Supreme Court of Canada…

Apple Ordered To Pay $506 Million In Patent Dispute

July 26, 2017 by John Quilty

Apple has been ordered to pay $506 million to the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) in a patent dispute. The case involved US Patent #5,781,752. This patent, referred to as…

The Internet Rallies For Net Neutrality

July 12, 2017 by Robert Grosso

All across the internet today, major companies are rallying in support for net neutrality. Today is marked as a “Day of Action” across the internet. The Day of Action has…

Cryptocurrency Mining Uses More Power Than A Country of 17 Million

July 8, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Cryptocurrency mining consumes more electricity than a country with a population of 17 million as reported by TechPowerUp. For those not in the know, cryptocurrency mining is a process that…

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Twitter Lawsuit Over U.S. Surveillance Moves Forward

July 8, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Twitter will be allowed to move forward with a lawsuit against the United States government after a ruling by U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers as reported by Reuters. According to…

Microsoft Reportedly Laying Off Thousands of Employees

July 8, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Microsoft will be laying off thousands of employees as reported by GamesIndustry.biz. Most of the employees being laid off reside outside of the United States. As the coverage from The…

Cox Implementing Overage Fees After 1TB Of Usage

July 3, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Cox Communications, an Internet Service Provider in the USA, will be implementing data overage fees past 1 terabyte (1,024 gigabytes) of usage in select markets spotted first on Reddit’s /r/technology…

Supreme Court Of Canada Allows Global Search Injunctions

June 29, 2017 by John Quilty

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that Canadian courts can apply judgements worldwide in certain situations. Ruling 7-2, the court found that under Canadian law, courts can “grand an…

Google Fined 2.42B Euros For Shopping Search Practices

June 28, 2017 by John Quilty

Google has been hit with a 2.42B Euro fine for violating EU antitrust rules. The fine is rooted in charges that Google had unfairly given an advantage to its shopping…

SCOTUS Rules Against Lexmark In Printer Ink Patent Lawsuit

June 1, 2017 by John Quilty

The Supreme Court has ruled against Lexmark in a contentious case regarding where patent rights end. In a 7-1 decision, the court ruled that once an item has been sold,…