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A federal appeals court rules that Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer was tried in the wrong state and overturns his conviction under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Broadband providers aren't "common carriers," court says, and that makes all the difference in a decision certain to shake up the fixed broadband and wireless industries.
The patents were used to extract hundreds of millions from tech companies online video streaming and search results suggestions.
Court orders "Innocence of Muslims," the controversial film that ignited international protest, to be removed from Google's video service.
Oracle is appealing a judge's ruling last year that its APIs were not copyrightable, which led to the dismissal of claims against Google.
The US Court of Appeals says the Cupertino, Calif.-based company didn't violate a patent owned by Google's Motorola Mobility when developing the iPhone.
The legal fight over Facebook Beacon's privacy issues may finally come to an end as the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals approves the settlement.
Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer argues that accessing a non-password protected portion of AT&T's Web site did not violate the law because the information was freely available on the Internet.
The FCC will have to defend its new Net neutrality rules in a federal appeals court, which has already once told the FCC that it's overstepped its authority on this issue.
Indiana law banning sex offenders from social networks restricts "far more speech than necessary" and is unconstitutional, federal appeals court says.