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Pending Supreme Court ruling comes as tech enhancements bring gaming to the mainstream, but consultant Larry Downes argues the pace of legal change can't keep up with technological change.
An announcement at CES trade show Wednesday makes it possible for Vimeo videos to be up to 2.5 hours long, making it a more appealing option for filmmakers.
U.K. prosecutors lose their bid to prevent Julian Assange, editor of WikiLeaks, from being released on bail while his extradition to Sweden on sex crimes charges is determined.
The Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals largely upholds an earlier decision, but it rules that the maker of Glider software violated a contractual covenant.
Rebuffing the Justice Department, judges insist on warrants because e-mail records give police "the ability to peer deeply" into someone's activities.
The U.S. Supreme Court dismisses the jewelry maker's appeal of a 2008 ruling in favor of eBay in a trademark infringement suit.
Watchdog groups are imploring federal courts in Texas and West Virginia from allowing adult-film studios to name accused file sharers without proving their guilt first.
Microsoft's fight with Canadian company I4i over a patent has been given life once again, with the high court agreeing to hear Microsoft's appeal.
The most senior judge in the land has warned that Google and Twitter are threatening the justice system, while the Twitter joke trial of Paul Chamber is also heading for the High Court.
Hope you've sated your curiosity about Sarah Palin's upcoming book: Gawker Media has pulled its excerpt following a HarperCollins suit and a federal court order.