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Apple Might Lose A $1.6 Billion Lawsuit For Using The Word 'iPad' (AAPL)

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China-based company IP Application Development is suing Apple for $1.6 billion and an apology for alleged infringement on use of its trademarked iPad name, reports Apple Insider. Apple had initially bought the trademark from the company for $55,000, but the lawsuit maintains that the deal did not include rights...
Apple Might Lose A $1.6 Billion Lawsuit For Using The Word 'iPad' (AAPL)

App makers' address-book apology

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The makers of Path and Hipster iPhone apps apologise for accessing phone contacts without explicit permission....
App makers' address-book apology

Apple Faces Potential $38 Million Fine in China as $1.6 Billion Lawsuit Over 'iPad' Trademark Proceeds

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iSmashPhone summarizes a pair of reports from China claiming that Apple is facing a potential 240 million yuan ($38 million) fine from governmental authorities over alleged trademark infringement involving the "iPad" name. The fine pales, however, in comparison to the $1.6 billion Proview Technology, which claims to own the name,...
Apple Faces Potential $38 Million Fine in China as $1.6 Billion Lawsuit Over 'iPad' Trademark Proceeds

Path’s newest update fixes its privacy problem, and includes an apology from the CEO

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In the wake of yesterday’s privacy concerns over Path uploading the address books of users without their consent, the company’s CEO Dave Morin has today come back with an apologetic blog post and explanation: “Through the feedback we’ve received from all of you, we now understand that the way we...
Path’s newest update fixes its privacy problem, and includes an apology from the CEO

Path iOS app uploads your entire address book to its servers

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When developer Arun Thampi started looking for a way to port photo and journaling software Path to Mac OS X, he noticed some curious data being sent from the Path iPhone app to the company's servers. Looking closer, he realized that the app was actually collecting his entire address...
Path iOS app uploads your entire address book to its servers

Chinese lawsuit seeks $38M, apology from Apple for use of iPad name

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A representative from a Chinese company suing Apple in a dispute over the iPad trademark has said it is "demanding an apology" and anticipates Apple will be fined $38 million by a Beijing court over the issue....
Chinese lawsuit seeks $38M, apology from Apple for use of iPad name

Path CEO apologies for address book uploading, deletes all user data, and updates app with privacy controls

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Path has moved quickly to try and quell the backlash stemming from the social networking app's practice of uploading users' address books to the company's servers. CEO Dave Morin just posted a lengthy apology on Path's blog, saying "we are deeply sorry if you were uncomfortable with how our...
Path CEO apologies for address book uploading, deletes all user data, and updates app with privacy controls

Instagrab: Vogue Spain caught red-handed on Instagram with more stolen photos

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A few days ago, we discovered that Vogue Spain had been surreptitiously stealing well known photographer, Sion Fullana’s work, and passing it off as their own on Instagram. Since then Vogue Spain has apologised for what has been called a ‘mistake’, and has promised to compensate Fullana. The problem with...
Instagrab: Vogue Spain caught red-handed on Instagram with more stolen photos

Path Apologizes For Privacy Mistake. Do You Accept?

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After an enterprising hacker discovered a privacy problem in beloved new social app Path yesterday, its creators have issued an update and an apology. "We commit to you that we will continue to be transparent and always serve you our users, first," CEO Dave Morin writes. Path was uploading iPhone...
Path Apologizes For Privacy Mistake. Do You Accept?

Apple Faces Trademark Lawsuit Over Snow Leopard Name

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A Chinese firm is seeking $80,000 and an apology from Apple....
Apple Faces Trademark Lawsuit Over Snow Leopard Name

Path CEO: We are sorry, and we've deleted your address book data

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Path aims to regain users' trust with an apology and a mass deletion of data it got without permission....
Path CEO: We are sorry, and we've deleted your address book data

Charles Carreon Stops Digging, At Least For The Moment: Dismisses His Lawsuit

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Well, we may have found at least a temporary answer to the question of "just how far will Charles Carreon dig?" According to Mark Lemley, one of the lawyers representing IndieGoGo against Carreon, Charles Carreon has just dismissed his lawsuit. One hopes this means that he's finally realized that this...
Charles Carreon Stops Digging, At Least For The Moment: Dismisses His Lawsuit

Path issues apology for uploading iPhone users' contacts, offers opt-out

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Path apologizes, offers opt-out for address book uploading...
Path issues apology for uploading iPhone users' contacts, offers opt-out

Path’s CEO apologizes, newest update lets you opt in or out

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Most of the web went nuts yesterday, when blogger Arun Thampi discovered that when first registering for Path, the app sends each one of your contacts in your address book to their server via a. plist. The .plist includes full names, phone numbers, and e-mails. Path never asked to opt in for the...
Path’s CEO apologizes, newest update lets you opt in or out

Times of London Apologizes to Court

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James Harding, the editor of the Times of London, acknowledged the newspaper misled a British High Court about a 2009 email hacking incident. He sent an apology to the court's judge....
Times of London Apologizes to Court

Path-ological: In 2010, founder Dave Morin said Path never stored user data

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Dave Morin circa 2010It’s the privacy snafu that will not die. A day after a developer discovered that Path was storing users entire address books on its servers, the startup seemed to have defused the incident by apologizing and deleting all the personal data it had stored. But now Gawker’s...
Path-ological: In 2010, founder Dave Morin said Path never stored user data

Life is tweet, says John Prescott, as Twitter reaches 10m milestone

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Twitter has helped shift the balance of media power from press barons to the people – a true champagne moment, writes John PrescottTuesday marked a turning point for the UK mainstream media. The combined total of people who buy daily national newspapers is 9,002,963. The number of people on Twitter...
Life is tweet, says John Prescott, as Twitter reaches 10m milestone

Path to Forgiveness After Apology a Hard Sell

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The problem is social networking smartphone app Path seems to have known full well that storing a user's entire address book was the wrong thing to do....
Path to Forgiveness After Apology a Hard Sell

Email gaffe leaves 1,300 Aviva staff wondering if they’d just been fired

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On Friday, investment firm Aviva surprised 1300 staff by sending them leaving instructions via email. We’ve all hit send on the wrong message but this is an email cock-up on a pretty spectacular level. According to a report from Reuters, the company sent an email with departing instructions intended for...
Email gaffe leaves 1,300 Aviva staff wondering if they’d just been fired

KFC Thailand Apologizes For Its Inappropriate Facebook Posting After The Earthquake

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BANGKOK (AP) — KFC Thailand has issued an apology after being criticized for a Facebook message that urged people to rush home during Wednesday's tsunami scare and order a bucket of KFC chicken. As people were being urged to evacuate from beach areas, the company posted this message: "Let's hurry...
KFC Thailand Apologizes For Its Inappropriate Facebook Posting After The Earthquake

About Pando

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Some of you may have read Sarah Lacy’s post today stating that I’m no longer on the board of Pando Daily. This wasn’t a complete surprise to me, the company notified me last week that they weren’t happy that I and MG Siegler (my partner at CrunchFund) were going to...
About Pando
Microsoft apologizes over 'Smoked by Windows Phone' controversy, offers winner laptop and phone

Twitter users to be arrested over naming of Ched Evans rape victim

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Police also investigating Sky News after inadvertently displaying a Twitter feed identifying 19-year-old victim in a reportPolice are planning to arrest a number of Twitter users who are alleged to have named the 19-year-old rape victim of Sheffield United footballer Ched Evans, and have launched an investigation into Sky News...
Twitter users to be arrested over naming of Ched Evans rape victim

Google Wallet users get $5 apology as prepaid service resumes in full after security issues

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Following recent trouble with Google Wallet, Google is giving all prepaid users of its mobile payments system a small piece of compensation by adding $5 to their accounts, as members of the Rootz Wiki discovered. The move is part of a wider apology from Google after issues arose last month...
Google Wallet users get $5 apology as prepaid service resumes in full after security issues

LinkedIn confirms ‘some’ passwords stolen were from its database

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LinkedIn has confirmed that user passwords to its site were compromised, giving the official nod to the story that has been raging all day, that million of passwords to the website had leaked. LinkedIn claimed to be “continuing to investigate” the issue. Affected members will be alerted by LinkedIn of the...
LinkedIn confirms ‘some’ passwords stolen were from its database

Nasdaq CEO Offers Facebook Apology

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Nasdaq outlined a plan to pay up to $40 million through cash and trading discounts for financial firms affected by last month's messy Facebook IPO....
Nasdaq CEO Offers Facebook Apology

How Casual Sexism Put Sqoot in the Hotseat

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Sqoot is really, sorry for sticking its foot firmly in mouth when advertising its API Jam. Or so it says on Twitter, though the apology lacks sincerity. The event has already lost sponsors for assuming that treating its audience like "brogrammers" is a good idea. The offense? Sqoot's original note...
How Casual Sexism Put Sqoot in the Hotseat

Phantom of the Opera star attacks fan on Twitter

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Sofia Escobar, who is playing Christine in the musical at Her Majesty's theatre in London, took offence at a critical tweet – and responded in kindEach night, Phantom of the Opera star Sofia Escobar begs, in song: "Think of me, think of me fondly." It seems she means it, after...
Phantom of the Opera star attacks fan on Twitter

Role reversal: Apple accused of iPad patent infringement in China

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Apple is being accused of patent infringement in China. Yep, you read that correctly. China Daily reports that Proview Shenzhen Technology, a Chinese company based in the city Shenzhen, has pointed the finger at Apple over the iPad. “We ask the court to stop selling and marketing for Apple’s iPad...
Role reversal: Apple accused of iPad patent infringement in China

Proview claims possible $38M fine in Apple lawsuit

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A lawyer for Proview Shenzhen, Xie Xianghui, is claiming that a court in the Xicheng district of Beijing is prepared to "slap Apple with a 240 million yuan ($38 million) fine," according to the Global Times. The Xicheng district administration, though, is refusing to comment. "It is still under investigation,...
Proview claims possible $38M fine in Apple lawsuit
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