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Photo credit: New York Times There’s no denying that the United States legal system has helped turn the Internet into what it is today. For example, the Zeran v. America Online, Inc. Supreme...

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Toshiba has chosen a consortium formed by Bain Capital, Mitsubishi, and Japanese government investors as the preferred bidder for its memory chip business, effectively locking out...

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Canadians pay some of the highest wireless rates of any G7 nation, and to add insult to injury, they often have to shell out $ 50 or more to unlock cellphones when switching operators. However,...

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In what could prove to be a landmark judgement, the European Union Court of Justice today has ruled that internet service providers will now be obligated to block access to notorious torrent platform...

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Addressing a recent controversy, Apple this week updated App Store rules to allow tipping functions — albeit with the company’s usual 30 percent take from in-app transactions....

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“Do not have sex with another employee UNLESS …” In what is arguably an unusual email for the very top executive to send to employees, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick advised his staff...

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In typical OnePlus fashion, the company has been slowly teasing different aspects of the upcoming smartphone before its official announcement, which is set for June 20. Meanwhile, an earlier leak points...

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It's no secret that Facebook's judgment calls on risky content are sometimes more than a little problematic. But just what are the rules guiding those decisions? You'll know after...

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A landlord in Israel has successfully sued a couple who mislead him with emoji, with the judge ruling that the tiny pictures constituted a statement of intent. The landlord, Yaniv Dahan, posted an...

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The Federal Communications Commission voted today in favor of a plan to repeal Title II net neutrality rules, in a 2-1 vote along party lines. With this vote, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has made good on his...