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An attorney representing a woman sued by the Recording Industry Association of America claimed his client was innocent and asked a federal judge to levy sanctions against the association's lawyers. Instead, he's the one who got sanctioned for wasting the
Proposal waiting for a floor vote in the House saying U.S. firms may not place certain servers in repressive nations faces opposition from the Bush administration and others.
Knowing how the subsequent decade turned out, do you think the Justice Department would still have gone after Microsoft in 1998?
NebuAd and other companies have been offering broadband providers a way to monitor customers and display relevant ads. But the legality of it is anything but settled.
Microsoft announces it plans to appeal the European Commission's historic fine, which dinged the Redmond giant for failing to comply with hits previous antitrust orders.
Los Angeles federal court judge also issues a permanent injunction against the former search engine of BitTorrent files.
Online lender says former employees gave passwords to outside lenders who then access sensitive customer data.
Redmond's acquisition offer "substantially undervalues" Yahoo, according to a new letter from Yahoo's top management to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
Unless forthcoming federal regulations are rewritten, critics of a 2006 anti-gambling law say the rules will invade Americans' privacy and ensnare perfectly legal transactions.
BitTorrent blames "hostile" privacy and copyright laws in U.S. for leading it to shutter the popular search engine.