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The federal judge has, however, decided to delay publication of per-unit operating profit on two phones.
MegaUpload lawyer says redacted documents show U.S. government possessed little to justify seizing domain names or filing criminal charges.
Filing a motion with the secret FISA court, the tech giant seeks to prove that it "objected strenuously" to handing the government customer data.
The man who claimed ownership of half of Facebook could face up to 40 years in prison.
Judge expected to hear arguments Thursday on whether CNET and other media groups will have access to docs about search of a Gizmodo editor's home.
Google wanted to wait until June to give the public a peek at information collected in the company's copyright conflict with Viacom. Judge says speed things up.
District attorney says there wasn't sufficient evidence to prosecute Gizmodo editors for extortion, despite then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs accusing the gadget blog of precisely that.
Memos released this week show the Bush administration secretly concluded that it had the power to wiretap the Internet and telephone calls with virtually no limitations.
Judge will hear dispute between media organizations and prosecutors on unsealing records concerning the criminal investigation into what may have been a prototype iPhone purchased by Gizmodo.
Steve Jobs personally asked Gizmodo to return the 4G prototype, but the blog refused unless Apple provided "confirmation" it was real, according to documents made public Friday.