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Lawsuit claims Grooveshark workers posted 100,000 pirated songs

Universal Music claims that Grooveshark employees systematically uploaded unauthorized music to the service.

By November 18, 2011

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Lawsuit claims AT&T overbills for iPhone data use

A class action suit alleges that AT&T's bills incorrectly and "systematically" charge for too much data consumption among iPhone users.

By January 31, 2011

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Looking for the blind side in a complex world

Everyone's got a blind side. The first step is admitting that our perception of both threats and opportunities is systematically limited and flawed.

By November 12, 2010

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Find and fix missing art in iTunes

Tired of looking at those generic album covers in iTunes? CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to quickly round up all your songs with missing album art and systematically fix them.

By September 20, 2010

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Isis Wallet becomes Softcard to avoid confusion with militant group

Mobile-payment service wants to distance itself from extremist group the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also called ISIS.

By September 3, 2014

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Microsoft sued over 'Halo 3,' Xbox 360 problems

The $5 million lawsuit alleges that Halo 3 "routinely, consistently, and systematically 'froze,' 'crashed,' or 'locked up'" the player's Xbox 360.

By November 29, 2007

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News Corp. lashes out at Google in EU antitrust case

In sharply written letter opposing settlement offer in EU case against Google, News Corp. exec says Google is stifling competition and exploiting its dominant market position.

By September 18, 2014

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Buzz Out Loud 1359: There's a Turkish academic born every day (podcast)

Wikileaks uncovers a treasure trove of diplomatic dish that could disrupt not only the political but social fabric of the world. Online spending finally takes off (again), and Homeland Security confirms it's planning to systematically dismantle the structure of the Internet at the behest of private companies. So, that's awesome. Also, the zombie apocalypse is nigh, led by a phalanx of terrifyingly young mice. --Molly

By November 29, 2010

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Ep. 1359: There's a Turkish academic born every day

Wikileaks uncovers a treasure trove of diplomatic dish that could disrupt not only the political but social fabric of the world. Online spending finally takes off (again), and Homeland Security confirms it's planning to systematically dismantle the structure of the Internet at the behest of private companies. So, that's awesome. Also, the zombie apocalypse is nigh, led by a phalanx of terrifyingly young mice. --Molly

By November 29, 2010

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Music labels sue SiriusXM over unpaid royalties on oldies

The lawsuit accuses the satellite radio company of not paying royalties for music it plays that was recorded before 1972 when federal protections kicked in.

By September 11, 2013