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- Google CEO responds to EU Android fine - Posted on 2018-07-18
- EU fines Android for $5 billion for Android antitrust violations - Posted on 2018-07-18
- MEPs reject controversial copyright law - Posted on 2018-07-06
- Why the Supreme Court's software patent ban didn't last - Posted on 2018-06-21
- California net neutrality bill gutted due to AT&T bribes - Posted on 2018-06-21
- Online retailers can be forced to collect tax, high court rules - Posted on 2018-06-21
- What if Apple loses its Supreme Court App Store antitrust appeal? - Posted on 2018-06-20
- The EU's bizarre war on memes is totally unwinnable - Posted on 2018-06-19
- x86 assembly doesn't have to be scary - Posted on 2018-06-18
- Washington sues Facebook, Google over political ad spending - Posted on 2018-06-06
- PUBG takes US game firm to court - Posted on 2018-05-29
- 'Crush them': oral history of the lawsuit that upended Silicon Valley - Posted on 2018-05-28
- US news sites block EU readers due to GDPR - Posted on 2018-05-25
- Judge rules Trump can't block users on Twitter - Posted on 2018-05-23
- GDPR hysteria - Posted on 2018-05-18
- Senate votes to reinstate net neutrality - Posted on 2018-05-17
- About the General Data Protection Regulation - Posted on 2018-05-01
- Microsoft responds to Eric Lundgren case - Posted on 2018-04-29
- E-waste guru going to prison - Posted on 2018-04-27
- US investigating AT&T, Verizon over wireless collusion claim - Posted on 2018-04-22
- Federal court overturns Oracle v. Google - Posted on 2018-03-28
- A $1.6 billion Spotify lawsuit is based on player pianos - Posted on 2018-03-15
- Trump blocks Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm - Posted on 2018-03-14
- Can the United States search data overseas? - Posted on 2018-03-01
- Eric Lundgren faces prison for trying to extend life span of PCs - Posted on 2018-02-19
- Verizon, Apple continue to lobby against your 'right to repair' - Posted on 2018-01-30
- EU fines Qualcomm for abuse of dominant market position - Posted on 2018-01-24
- New bill aims to ban US gov from using Huawei, ZTE phones - Posted on 2018-01-16
- The FCC just killed net neutrality - Posted on 2017-12-14
- Here are the Russia-linked Facebook ads released by Congress - Posted on 2017-11-02
- Facebook, Google, Twitter spread Russian-backed propaganda - Posted on 2017-11-01
- Samsung CEO to resign citing 'unprecedented crisis' - Posted on 2017-10-13
- EU finds Luxembourg gave illegal tax benefits to Amazon - Posted on 2017-10-04
- Apple and Qualcomm's billion-dollar war over an $18 part - Posted on 2017-10-04
- The dystopia we signed up for - Posted on 2017-09-14
- Data of 143 million Americans stolen from Equifax - Posted on 2017-09-07
- EC hits Google with record 2.42 billion EUR fine - Posted on 2017-06-27
- Website used Zillow photos to mock bad design; Zillow may sue - Posted on 2017-06-27
- Trump administration approves social media checks - Posted on 2017-06-22
- People are demanding ransom from CD Projekt Red - Posted on 2017-06-08
- US top court tightens patent suit rules in blow to patent trolls - Posted on 2017-05-23
- EU to tackle complaints over tech companies' trading practices - Posted on 2017-05-13
- Is it time to break up the major tech companies? - Posted on 2017-04-24
- John Deere: only corporations can own property - Posted on 2017-04-24
- There are now 11 states considering 'right to repair' bills - Posted on 2017-04-10
- US passes bill to allow ISPs to sell users' browser history - Posted on 2017-03-28
- "Samsung, corruption, and you" - Posted on 2017-03-09
- Source: Apple will fight 'right to repair' legislation - Posted on 2017-02-16
- What Vizio was doing behind the TV screen - Posted on 2017-02-07
- States move to protect their data from the Trump regime - Posted on 2017-02-02

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