Comcast has risked almost nothing in its $45.2 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable, according to a filing with the SEC.
A court requirement in France results in a prominent block of text telling people about a 150,000-euro fine and a commission's conclusion about how Google violated privacy law.
CEO John Legere says T-Mobile will ease a major pain point for cell phone owners: it will pay early-termination fees for those who jump from another carrier.
After the Justice Department revised proposals to reform Apple following its e-books conspiracy conviction, the company calls the latest remedies a "broadside" favoring rival Amazon.
In a letter to Russia, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder also says Edward Snowden would receive the full protection of the U.S. civilian court.
Looking to deter cyberattacks on national infrastructure and halt the illegal interception of communications, the European Union toughens its laws.
Joel Tenenbaum, handed a $675,000 penalty for illegally downloading and distributing 31 songs, looks on as court upholds the size of the damages fee. The fee had been lowered once; then reinstated.
The European General Court does lower the fine slightly to $1.07 billion following an antitrust ruling nearly five years ago.
House members introduce expanded version of the Protect IP Act that would allow authorities to "expel" rogue Web sites from the Internet.
The Council of Europe has approved rules which, if passed by the European Parliament, will make it a crime to create malware and botnets.