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Google ordered to censor some autocomplete results in Japan over privacy concerns

TNW's Daily Dose: Samsung reportedly drops Apple LCD deal, while losing patent claims in Japan

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Samsung is reportedly backing out of its LCD display deal with Apple, while in Japan, there are more patent battle developments between the two rivals. Meanwhile, Netflix appears to have plans to launch in Asia. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through...
TNW's Daily Dose: Samsung reportedly drops Apple LCD deal, while losing patent claims in Japan

Samsung handed loss in Japan patent case against Apple

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A Japanese court on Thursday handed down a favorable ruling for Apple in a patent lawsuit Samsung filed against the Cupertino company over certain mobile devices....
Samsung handed loss in Japan patent case against Apple

Should Google Block Autocomplete if Your Name is Dick Hurtz?

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A Japanese man recently sought a court injunction against Google, alleging that its autocompletion of search queries got him fired. The man's lawyer, Hiroyuki Tomita, says that typing his client's name into Google produces thousands of automatic suggestions of "criminal acts," with which the man is not familiar, "defaming or...
Should Google Block Autocomplete if Your Name is Dick Hurtz?

Japanese court rejects two of Samsung's patent infringement claims against Apple

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There are countries in which it's very difficult to monitor lawsuits. The United States is unique with PACER and other tools. In other places, such as Germany, one has to physically attend court hearings and announcements. And there are jurisdictions in which rulings may surface only with considerable delay if...
Japanese court rejects two of Samsung's patent infringement claims against Apple

Japanese court besmirches Google's autocomplete feature

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A Tokyo court approves an injunction against the Web giant after a man allegedly lost his job due to his name being associated with criminal acts in the Autocomplete search function. [Read more]...
Japanese court besmirches Google's autocomplete feature

Tokyo court orders censoring of results in autocomplete

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A Japanese court has ordered Google to censor terms used in autocomplete that relate to one specific person. The ruling by the Tokyo District Court also awarded the unknown person 300,000 yen ($3,100) for the "mental anguish" endured, caused by the association of his name with various criminal acts in...
Tokyo court orders censoring of results in autocomplete

Samsung must let Japanese court rule on discovery request against Apple before U.S. court will assist

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Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal, who assists Judge Lucy Koh in a couple of Apple v. Samsung lawsuits pending in the Northern District of California, issued a ruling on Wednesday evening denying, for the time being, a request by Samsung to conduct certain discovery of Apple in California in order...
Samsung must let Japanese court rule on discovery request against Apple before U.S. court will assist

Japanese Court Orders Google to Pay Fine for Embarrassing Autocomplete Results

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Not our words! (Photo: Google) Google’s autocomplete function is both humorous and harmless, but as it turns out, it’s getting the company in trouble in Japan. A Tokyo District Court ruled yesterday that the search giant must modify its results so it no longer incorrectly incriminates people for things they didn’t do....
Japanese Court Orders Google to Pay Fine for Embarrassing Autocomplete Results

Japanese court deemed Samsung's delayed disclosure of essential patents abusive conduct

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On Thursday Apple successfully defended itself against the assertion of a standard-essential patent (SEP) by Samsung in Japan. On a global scale this was Samsung's 22nd SEP assertion to have been dismissed, dropped or stayed. It was the first pro-FRAND ruling by an Asian court that I've ever heard of....
Japanese court deemed Samsung's delayed disclosure of essential patents abusive conduct

Japanese court rules Samsung infringed on Apple's 'rubber-band' patent

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Apple has chalked up another victory in its ongoing patent battle with its rival Samsung, as Reuters reports today that a Tokyo court ruled the Korean company had infringed on Apple’s so-called “rubber band” patent on older models of its smartphones. This comes soon after Apple apparently received good news from...
Japanese court rules Samsung infringed on Apple's 'rubber-band' patent

Samsung 'persuades' ITC to review decision in Apple patent dispute

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Bloomberg reported Thursday that Samsung has “persuaded” the U.S. International Trade Commission to review a preliminary ruling that deemed over a dozen of its smartphones infringed Apple-patented features. ITC Judge Thomas Pender proposed a cease-and-desist order in October that would ban Samsung’s violating products already imported into the United States,...
Samsung 'persuades' ITC to review decision in Apple patent dispute

Samsung asks judge dismiss Apple's appeal of Japanese court ruling

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Samsung on Monday asked a Japanese court judge to conclude a patent infringement suit with Apple for which the Korean company won a favorable ruling in August, seeking to end the case without hearing an appeal from the Cupertino tech giant's lawyers....
Samsung asks judge dismiss Apple's appeal of Japanese court ruling

Japanese court tosses Samsung claims against Apple

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A Japanese court has reportedly rejected two of Samsung's patent infringement claims against Apple. In separate rulings, the Tokyo District Court determined that Apple's iPhone 4 and 4S do not infringe two Samsung patents related to app downloads and airplane-mode configuration.......
Japanese court tosses Samsung claims against Apple

Japanese court finds Apple did not infringe on two Samsung patents

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A Japanese court has rejected two patent infringement claims lodged by Samsung against Apple, marking yet another country where Apple has found courtroom success against its rival....
Japanese court finds Apple did not infringe on two Samsung patents

Japanese court declares Samsung patent invalid in another spat with Apple

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Weary of the neverending legal back-and-forth between Apple and Samsung yet? No, we're not either (that's a terrible lie), and the latest exciting development comes from a courtroom in Japan, where it was decided Samsung does not hold rights to certain data transmission tech it accused Apple of pinching....
Japanese court declares Samsung patent invalid in another spat with Apple

Japan Court Rejects Samsung Patent Claim Against Apple

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A Japanese court Thursday rejected a claim by Samsung that Apple stole its technology, in the latest round of a global legal battle between the smartphone giants over patents. The Tokyo District Court ruled that Samsung has no rights over data transmission technology used in some of Apple's iPhone smartphones,...
Japan Court Rejects Samsung Patent Claim Against Apple

Apple loses Samsung patent case in Japan #thecircuit

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Apple loses Samsung patent case in Tokyo: A Japanese court on Friday dismissed patent infringement claims that Apple leveled against Samsung. The court, as The Washington Post reported, found that Samsung had not infringed on patents covering music-syncing technology. Read full article >>...
Apple loses Samsung patent case in Japan #thecircuit

Japanese court orders Google to halt Instant search for suggesting one man be fired

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Could Google Instant suggest you out of a job? According to one Japanese man's claims, that search algorithm is precisely what landed him a pink slip and permanent spot on the unemployment line. The Kyodo News Agency is reporting that a string of unflattering searches performed by the plaintiff's...
Japanese court orders Google to halt Instant search for suggesting one man be fired

Japan The Latest Country To Mistakenly Say Google Is 'Responsible' For Autocomplete Results

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Following on similar results in France and Italy, a court in Japan has ridiculously ordered Google to change its autocomplete results after a guy there got upset that when people searched for his name, one of the autocomplete results involved his name and a criminal act which he did not...
Japan The Latest Country To Mistakenly Say Google Is 'Responsible' For Autocomplete Results

Japanese Court Misunderstands Autocomplete, Orders Google To Turn It Off To Protect 'Privacy'

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Over the past few years, we've seen a number of lawsuits around the globe concerning Google's "autocomplete" feature, which takes common searches based on what you've already typed and suggests those as potential full searches. The feature can be pretty useful (and also amusing at times). In the US, the...
Japanese Court Misunderstands Autocomplete, Orders Google To Turn It Off To Protect 'Privacy'
Japanese court says Samsung did not infringe upon an Apple syncing patent

Google ordered to close search autocomplete feature in Japan over privacy complaint

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A Japanese court is ordering Google to close down the auto-complete feature for its search engine after it approved a complaint from a man claiming it violates his privacy and has hampered his career. The challenge, which is said to be the first against the feature, centres around the results that...
Google ordered to close search autocomplete feature in Japan over privacy complaint

Japanese court rejects Samsung data transmission patent claim against Apple

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Samsung has suffered a blow in Japan where a Tokyo court ruled in favor of Apple over a patent lawsuit that it had brought against its rival for the use of data transmission technologies. Times of India reports that a District Court in the Japanese capital ruled that Samsung did...
Japanese court rejects Samsung data transmission patent claim against Apple

Booting Up: Robot Rock Edition

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Kiva Systems warehouse robots via hackedgadgets.com Is Amazon preparing to replace their warehouse workforce with cute orange robots? [The New York Times] Microsoft and Nokia will invest $24 million in a three-year app development program in Finland [The Next Web] British mobile banking specialist Monitize buys U.S. based competitor Clairmail...
Booting Up: Robot Rock Edition

TNW’s Daily Dose – 24 hours of tech news in 5 minutes [Audio]

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Tim Cook is the first Apple CEO to visit China, a Japanese court tells Google to disable auto-complete, and Angry Birds Space gets off to an interstellar start. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on The Next Web....
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Tokyo Court Ruling: Samsung has No Rights over Data Transmission Technology used in Apple's iPhone

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A Japanese court Thursday rejected a claim by Samsung that Apple stole its technology, in the latest round of a global legal battle between the smartphone giants over patents ......
Tokyo Court Ruling: Samsung has No Rights over Data Transmission Technology used in Apple's iPhone

Japanese court upholds dismissal of Apple patent suit against Samsung

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Japan's Intellectual Property High Court has upheld the Tokyo District Court's dismissal of an Apple lawsuit against Samsung, according to Bloomberg. In August 2012, the District Court ruled that there was no merit to Apple allegations that Samsung had infringed on patents related to media sync on mobile devices. "It's...
Japanese court upholds dismissal of Apple patent suit against Samsung
Japanese man says Google autocomplete is keeping him unemployed, gets court order

Oh snap: US Patent Office issues initial invalidation of Apple's rubber-banding patent

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Samsung’s got to be pretty happy right about now, after learning that the US Patent and Trademark Office has filed an initial ruling declaring Apple’s rubber-banding patent invalid, as reported by FOSS Patents. The news was good enough that Samsung decided to share it with friends, that is, if US...
Oh snap: US Patent Office issues initial invalidation of Apple's rubber-banding patent
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