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Manhattan US Attorney's office wants information from different Bitcoin exchanges concerning recent round of cyberattacks, says Reuters.
The company received about 320,000 requests for customer information in the US, and just a few thousand internationally.
The state attorney general's office fires back after Airbnb's motion to block a request to give up user data.
A trade organization that represents major tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon steps up to support Airbnb in its tussle with New York authorities. The AG's office responds.
The rent-out-your-home service vows to fight the state's subpoena requesting troves of user data saying it's a "government-sponsored fishing expedition" and "unreasonably broad."
The rent-out-your-home service says that the attorney general's request for user data will not be taken lightly, and that it will fight for its community.
Apple, Adobe and Microsoft have finally been held accountable for their reticence in the IT pricing inquiry, with the three companies summonsed to explain their pricing before a public hearing.
The legal tit-for-tat continues in the e-book pricing lawsuit as Apple subpoenas Amazon for interviews it had with the Department of Justice -- and Amazon attempts to quash the subpoena.
After a user tweeted "people are gonna die" at the theater where Mike Tyson is staging a one-man show, New York police subpoena the social network to hand over info on the user's account.
Judge says Walter Isaacson, the man who quoted Jobs allegedly throwing consumers under a bus on e-book pricing, doesn't have to turn over unpublished tapes or notes for now.