The case focused on user privacy, but users didn't get any money in the deal.
WikiLeaks' founder says new the rules are intended to force him to leave the embassy.
The company is in the clear -- for now.
They allege Match Group and parent company IAC manipulated Tinder's valuation to "cheat" employees out of billions of dollars.
Well, this is awkward.
Dozens of iPhone customers, claiming Apple slowed down iPhones to make them buy new ones, aim to combine the suits into one legal action to rule them all.
The Federal Trade Commission will investigate the social network, according to reports, marking a new turn in the saga over Facebook's mishandling of data.
The once-powerful phone pioneer says Facebook has infringed its intellectual property, without providing details.
The chipmaker owns several patents related to Palm and webOS, and is accusing the iPhone X of copying its user interface.
The US Department of Justice is just as likely to block the acquisition as it is to approve it, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
The court will examine whether US tech firms have to provide data to law enforcement conducting a criminal investigation, even if that data is held overseas.
The Department of Justice recommends denial for Samsung's request that the Supreme Court again look into the legal squabble.
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