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Former Kleiner Perkins partner Ellen Pao to join Reddit and lead strategic partnerships

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Former Kleiner Perkins partner Ellen Pao, who sued the firm for sexual harassment last year and departed the group in October, has announced that she will join Reddit and lead strategic partnerships for the company. Reddit wrote in a blog post that Pao has already been both a formal and informal...
Former Kleiner Perkins partner Ellen Pao to join Reddit and lead strategic partnerships

FlyRights app aims to streamline TSA complaint process

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A civil rights group has released a new app for Android and iPhone that it says will make it easier for airline travelers to file profiling or harassment complaints to the Transportation Security Administration. On Monday, the Sikh Coalition released the FlyRights app (PDF). It's a response to what...
FlyRights app aims to streamline TSA complaint process

Open Internet groups to file FCC complaint over AT&T FaceTime blocking

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After AT&T revealed to us it was planning on blocking FaceTime over cellular for customers not on its pricy Mobile Share plans, an attorney at advocacy group Public Knowledge suggested the carrier’s decision violated the FCC’s Open Internet rules and warranted an investigation. Today we get word (via from GigaOM)...
Open Internet groups to file FCC complaint over AT&T FaceTime blocking

Charles Carreon Still Dishing Out Threats & Intimidation... While Hiding From Court Summons

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Remember that rule number one of the Carreon Effect is that, when someone calls you out on your ridiculous position... just keep digging. And the man behind the effect apparently would like you to make sure that his name really does set the gold standard in "just keep digging." Yes,...
Charles Carreon Still Dishing Out Threats & Intimidation... While Hiding From Court Summons

Facebook wins FacebookConnect.com domain name

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After filing a complaint with the National Arbitration Forum at the end of June, Facebook has obtained the domain name FacebookConnect.com. It was an easy win, of course, because the name ‘Facebook’ is protected and obviously well known. Facebook Connect, for its part, is a set of APIs that enable...
Facebook wins FacebookConnect.com domain name

ELLEN PAO'S LAWYER: Kleiner Perkins Just Fired Her--And We're Filing A Wrongful-Termination Complaint

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Kleiner Perkins has fired Ellen Pao, the partner who recently sued the firm for sexual harassment, her lawyer has confirmed. "On Monday, Ellen was told to clean out her office and not come back," Pao's attorney, Alan Exelrod, told us. "She was told to turn in her computer and that...
ELLEN PAO'S LAWYER: Kleiner Perkins Just Fired Her--And We're Filing A Wrongful-Termination Complaint

Blogger Victorious over Apple in Small Claims Case on NVIDIA GPU Failures

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Back in January, blogger Seattle Rex announced that he would be suing Apple over issues related to his 2008 MacBook Pro that appears to have suffered from an NVIDIA graphics card failure. According to Rex, the graphics chip on his top-of-the-line 17-inch MacBook Pro began to flake out late last...
Blogger Victorious over Apple in Small Claims Case on NVIDIA GPU Failures

Pirate Bay ISP Block Challenged For Censoring Lawful Content

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During May 2011, the Copyright Information and Anti-Piracy Centre (CIAPC) and the Finnish branch of the music industry group IFPI filed a lawsuit at the District Court of Helsinki. The groups demanded that local ISP Elisa should start blocking The Pirate Bay in order to protect the copyrights of their...
Pirate Bay ISP Block Challenged For Censoring Lawful Content

Are Microsoft and Nokia closet patent trolls? Let the EC decide.

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Google has filed an antitrust complaint with the European Commission against Microsoft and Nokia and is also tattling on the companies with U.S. regulators, accusing them of patent-troll-like behavior, according to the Wall Street Journal. It’s difficult to read much into the merits of Google’s claims at this point, but...
Are Microsoft and Nokia closet patent trolls? Let the EC decide.
Apple wins iPhone5.com domain dispute, ordered to be transferred

HTC Sues Apple For Patent Infringement

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HTC Corporation has taken legal action against Apple Inc., filing a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) to halt the sale and importation of the iPhone, iPad and iPod in the United States. This is coming on the heels of Microsoft going after most of the mobile...
HTC Sues Apple For Patent Infringement

Perhaps We Should Hold Apple And Other U.S. Companies Responsible For Foxconn’s Crimes

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Buried in a Reuters report on Foxconn, a division of Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry, is a description of an attack on a journalist visiting a Foxconn factory in China while chasing down a lead on an Apple product. The journalist was taking pictures of the factory from a public...
Perhaps We Should Hold Apple And Other U.S. Companies Responsible For Foxconn’s Crimes

HTC Countersues Apple for Patent Infringement

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HTC PR: HTC Corporation today took legal action against Apple Inc., filing a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) to halt the importation and sale of the iPhone, iPad and iPod in the United States.  ★ ...
HTC Countersues Apple for Patent Infringement

Activist Group Whines to the FTC For You About Snapchat's Not-So-Deleted Photos

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Snapchat. Remember that nearly life-ending revelation that the photos sent from Android devices on Snapchat don’t disappear? As in, they sit in some not-so-discreet folder called “RECEIVED_IMAGES_SNAPS,” where they’re just waiting to be shown to the world. Well, a privacy watchdog is taking action for you by filing a complaint with the government...
Activist Group Whines to the FTC For You About Snapchat's Not-So-Deleted Photos
Twitter alerted NBC about tweet that got journalist banned

Google wins a whopping 763 domain names

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Google has obtained no less than 763 domain names containing the word ‘google’ after recently filing a complaint with the National Arbitration Forum. In what Google calls ‘one of the most aggressive campaigns of domain name infringement’ that it has ever come across, someone had registered domains like googleiphone5.com, googlevodafone.com,...
Google wins a whopping 763 domain names

Apple: Samsung shirked FRAND obligations, filed suit before making a licensing offer

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Samsung abused its rights as a standard-essential patent holder, Apple said Wednesday, by filing a complaint with the International Trade Commission before even trying to come to an agreement with the Cupertino company over licensing terms.    ...
Apple: Samsung shirked FRAND obligations, filed suit before making a licensing offer

Weird Charges Added To Your Cell Phone Bill? This Fraudster Could Be To Blame

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You might want to check your mobile phone bill to see if you've had any weird charges added to it. If so, you could be getting that money back. The Federal Trade Commission just filed its first lawsuit against a company accused of "mobile cramming," reports the Legal Times blog....
Weird Charges Added To Your Cell Phone Bill? This Fraudster Could Be To Blame

Senators: Why Is Everyone So Worked Up About Verizon Spying? We've All Known About It Since 2007

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Towards the end of my piece this morning about the administration's ridiculous response to the leaked evidence and confirmation that the NSA is scooping up every single phone record (confirmed from Verizon at least, though you can assume it applies to everyone else as well) was a quick note mentioning...
Senators: Why Is Everyone So Worked Up About Verizon Spying? We've All Known About It Since 2007
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