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Republicans on the Federal Communications Commission and in Congress question the White House's influence over the agency, and claim dire consequences if the broadband industry undergoes stricter regulations.
A US judge rules the ride-sharing service must face a lawsuit in which a passenger alleges the company pockets a "substantial portion" of the tips meant to go to drivers.
Valve will face Australia's Federal Court over claims it misled customers about refunds and guarantees on Steam games.
The ACCC is focusing on retail selling practices, warning retailers not to mislead customers on sales promotions and discounted items.
CD Projekt Red said it never intentionally tried to mislead anyone, but admits, "This is the nature of games development."
A Verizon executive goes off on AT&T, criticizing the carrier's use of an undisclosed firm's data as a basis for its claim.
Taxi app ingogo has responded to claims that its app is unsafe, saying that the claims are made in the interest of protecting the existing monopoly on taxi bookings and payment.
Antivirus pioneer John McAfee, on the run from police, appears to reveal his location through metadata posted on a magazine's website. Then he says it was intentional disinformation. Then he changes his story again.
Google has updated its Developer Program Policy to crack down on app behaviour around in-app payments, advertising and spyware.
Kickstarter needs to rethink its role as a crowdfunding platform or face its own demise.