Chinese telecom equipment maker lashes out against what it says is discriminatory and defamatory treatment by the U.S. and U.K. governments.
The social network says it turned over information for a single user involved in a case indirectly related to Occupy Boston, though the details of the inquiry have not been disclosed.
The company says Felix Lindner's continued complaints about the security of its products have not been dismissed, and it would like his help.
The suit comes a little more than a year after BT sued Google for patent infringement.
The end of 2013 saw a rush of big NSA news, from a judge calling an agency program "almost Orwellian" to a bevy of tech stars talking reform at the White House. What lies ahead?
Just when you thought the world was defenseless against beings from outer space, along comes a former British Government adviser to declare that the nation has anti-alien weapons ready.
The Boston police department releases documents related to the so-called Craigslist Killer. Among those is the material released by Facebook under subpoena. It seems to include the whole of the killer's Facebook history.
While the U.S. Congress warms up a probe of its ties to the Chinese government, Huawei agrees to lavish the U.K. with cash, to general acclamation.
The Chinese telecommunications company has issued a report pledging to never cooperate with spying or espionage and refuting claims that it may have links to the Chinese government.