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Displaying items by tag: Lawsuit

Apple has hit the Israeli firm NSO Group with a lawsuit over the targeting of iPhone users with its Pegasus spyware.

Published in Security

The formation of a global partnership to ensure legal protections for good faith (bona fide) zero day researchers has been enacted by the Paris-based not-for-profit Cybersecurity Advisor Network (CyAN), with such research illegal in some jurisdictions, putting modern life at serious risk. We speak to Peter Coroneos, CyAN VP, to find out more.

Published in Guest Interviews

The formation of a global partnership to ensure legal protections for good faith (bona fide) zero day researchers has been enacted by the Paris-based not-for-profit Cybersecurity Advisor Network (CyAN), with such research illegal in some jurisdictions, putting modern life at serious risk. We speak to Peter Coroneos, CyAN VP, to find out more.

Published in Security

Changes to the App Store and the way consumers and developers can purchase apps and subscriptions has been announced by Apple that will hopefully keep developers and consumers happy, and end US court action against the tech giant - along with setting up a fund to help small US developers.

Published in Apps

Since December 2020, Rajiv Ramaswami, the former COO of Products and Cloud Services at VMware, has been the President and CEO of Nutanix, with a lawsuit now underway.

Published in Business IT

Epic Games is used to people fighting online inside its popular and lucrative game Fortnite, but now the software house is taking its fight to the courtrooms against big guns Apple and Google.

Published in Mobility

Global vehicle rental firm Hertz has sued business process provider Accenture for failing to deliver a website that it was contracted to build in 2016, but could not produce until its services were terminated in 2018.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Chip manufacturer Qualcomm and Apple have announced an end to all litigation between the two companies, in a surprising development on a day which was expected to mark the beginning of a long and brutal fight over Qualcomm's patent-licensing practices.

Published in Technology Regulation
Thursday, 21 December 2017 08:54

Ars Technica's Goodin sued by security firm

Security firm Keeper Security has sued Ars Technica security editor Dan Goodin, accusing him and his employer of defamation, violation of the Illinois Deceptive Trade Practices Act and commercial disparagement under Illinois law.

Published in Security

Bots have been used to steal data from the business networking site LinkedIn since December 2015, the company claims in a case filed in the US District Court, Northern District of California.

Published in Security

NVIDIA has to pay GTX 970 users US$30 each after a successful class action suit in the US. it will cost the company many millions in rebates and legal fees.

Published in Home Tech

The clone wars began long ago, with companies accusing each other of infringing on their intellectual property and fighting each other in court for supremacy.

Published in Mobility

Californian AppleCare+ subscribers have mounted a class action suing Apple for replacing their new handsets with refurbished ones.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 04:44

Two teens guilty of Insta-defamation

Two Swedish teenage girls have been found guilty of defamation for posting anonymous sexual insults via Instagram.

Published in Technology Regulation
Saturday, 17 September 2011 00:58

Samsung thwacks Apple back Down Under: Crikey!

After Apple got down and dirty with the legal eagles in Australia and stopping Samsung from releasing its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, Samsung certainly protested, but now they've dropped a tidy little lawsuit against Apple in return against several of its oh so shinily crunchy Jobsian iDevices.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 02 August 2011 12:42

Samsung's 10.1-inch Tab stabbed by Apple lawsuit

Samsung's plans to launch a version of its 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab in Australia have been railroaded by Apple, who has extended its lawsuit to stop Samsung from launching anything until the lawsuit is settled and/or the courts grant approval.

Published in Home Tech

No, Google hasn't joined Dr Who's Autons, but instead has 'received' the unluck o' an Irish lawsuit.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 28 December 2010 16:21

Vodafail class-action a portent of things to come?

When companies fail to live up to their promises, are hard to contact and hard to get compensation from, it should come as no surprise that its customers will rise up and revolt in as public a manner as possible, with Vodafone's Vodafailure in stopping the Vodafail site and class action a portentous corporate omen.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 13 July 2010 14:35

Facebook faces ownership suit

The latest chapter in Facebook's woes has been opened, with a resident of New York filing a case claiming that he owns 84 percent of the social network.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 10:24

LimeWire and founder found liable

In another significant victory for the record labels against online file sharing, a New York judge has ruled that popular peer-to-peer system LimeWire and its founder are responsible for copyright infringement.

Published in Technology Regulation
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