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Judge rules Tim Cook must participate in 4-hour testimony for e-book suit

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The judge presiding over a government antitrust case against Apple's iBookstore has ruled that CEO Tim Cook must testify in the case....
Judge rules Tim Cook must participate in 4-hour testimony for e-book suit

Decryption disclosure doesn't violate Fifth Amendment, judge rules in child porn case

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A federal judge in Wisconsin has ordered a suspect in a child porn investigation to either provide prosecutors with the passwords to several encrypted storage devices of his that are thought to contain incriminating evidence or to provide them with a decrypted copy of the contents of the drives....
Decryption disclosure doesn't violate Fifth Amendment, judge rules in child porn case

Megaupload's Kim Dotcom Can Stay Free on Bail, Judge Rules

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Megaupload's flamboyant founder Kim Dotcom will stay free on bail after a New Zealand judge dismissed an appeal on Wednesday that sought to return him to jail....
Megaupload's Kim Dotcom Can Stay Free on Bail, Judge Rules

Judge rules Samsung didn't willfully infringe on Apple patents, denies additional compensation

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Judge rules Samsung didn't willfully infringe on Apple patents, denies additional compensation
Judge rules Apple v. HTC patents can be exposed to public, pricing and royalty amount to remain under-wraps

At last. A judge rules on what is - and will remain - cool

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If a judge says your gadget is cool, is it instantly out of fashion?...
At last. A judge rules on what is - and will remain - cool

Unpleasant Development for Kodak: ITC Judge Rules Key Patent Invalid

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Kodak’s plan to squeeze some much-needed cash out of its intellectual property portfolio has suffered another setback, one that may bleed it of some value. On Monday a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled one of Kodak’s key patents invalid, undermining the photography pioneer’s efforts to assert it against Apple...
Unpleasant Development for Kodak: ITC Judge Rules Key Patent Invalid

Judge rules against Apple in Samsung UK patent case, claims Galaxy Tabs "are not as cool"

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Last week reports noted Samsung’s attempt to lift Apple’s preliminary injunction placed on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the U.S. was rejected by District Judge Lucy Koh. Today, in Apple’s ongoing patent cases with Samsung in the UK, today Bloomberg reported Judge Colin Birss ruled against Apple claiming the Sammy’s...
Judge rules against Apple in Samsung UK patent case, claims Galaxy Tabs "are not as cool"
Google must obey FBI's warrantless requests for user data for now, judge rules

Bombs Away! Judge Rules Steve Jobs's "Thermonuclear" Comment Fair Game in Android Case.

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Steve Jobs’s contentious comments about Android to biographer Walter Isaacson will be allowed into evidence in the Apple vs. Motorola Mobility lawsuit, despite attempts by Apple to block them. Chicago federal judge Richard Posner, who’s presiding over the case, has ruled that Motorola is free to reference Jobs’s … colorful...
Bombs Away! Judge Rules Steve Jobs's "Thermonuclear" Comment Fair Game in Android Case.
Judge rules Jobs’ comments on Android can be used in Motorola trial

Legal claims can be served via Facebook, High Court judge rules

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Legal claims can now be served via Facebook in Britain, after a landmark ruling in the English High Court....
Legal claims can be served via Facebook, High Court judge rules

Dancing baby vs. YouTube-Prince case set to go to trial

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A judge rules that a jury will decide on the legal battle between Universal Music and a mother who posted a YouTube video of her children dancing to a Prince song. [Read more]...
Dancing baby vs. YouTube-Prince case set to go to trial

Could you get fired for a Facebook 'like'?

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A judge rules that Facebook 'likes' are not protected speech. Does this mean you should be a little more careful about what you admit to liking? [Read more]...
Could you get fired for a Facebook 'like'?

Sony PSN hacking lawsuit dismissed by judge

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A judge rules that "there is no such thing as perfect security," after 75 million customers' billing addresses, user names, passwords, and phone numbers were stolen in a massive cyberattack. [Read more]...
Sony PSN hacking lawsuit dismissed by judge
Heirs of Superman artist can't reclaim their copyright, judge rules

London Judge Rules Samsung Did Not Copy iPad Design

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Samsung is off the hook again with Apple in the latest instalment of the (seemingly interminable) patent-slash-design slapfest. A judge in London's High Court has ruled that, no, the Galaxy Tab does not rip off the iPad, after the American firm appealed against an earlier ruling in favour of the...
London Judge Rules Samsung Did Not Copy iPad Design
New Zealand judge rules Kim Dotcom can see FBI evidence being used against him

Judge Rules for Infosys in Whistleblower Case

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Judge Myron H. Thompson says whistleblower Jack Palmer Jr. has not proven his claims of breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation against Infosys. As a result, the case will not go to trial....
Judge Rules for Infosys in Whistleblower Case

TNW's Daily Dose - World of Warcraft bleeds 1 million subscribers, Samsung can't reference sci-fi and more

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Blizzard and World of Warcraft are bleeding subscribers. Samsung can’t reference 2001: A Space Odyssey with its patent suit against Apple. Facebook drops below $20 per share. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on The Next Web. Make sure to hit the subscription button...
TNW's Daily Dose - World of Warcraft bleeds 1 million subscribers, Samsung can't reference sci-fi and more

UK judge rules HTC doesn't violate Apple's patents, invalidates Cupertino's claims

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Well, Apple had a few legal victories over the last couple of weeks, but it's just been handed a significant defeat by Judge Christopher Floyd. The UK court handed down a ruling that HTC does not violate four Apple patents, including the infamous slide-to-unlock claim. What's more, the judge...
UK judge rules HTC doesn't violate Apple's patents, invalidates Cupertino's claims

Court rules against digital reseller

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A site which allowed users to sell on their unwanted digital music was in breach of copyright, a US judge rules....
Court rules against digital reseller

NYC Judge Rules Airbnb Stay Illegal, Fines Host $2,400

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(Photo: Airbnb) Temporary apartment renting service Airbnb has had its share of tussles with the law in New York City. In 2011, the city instituted an illegal hotels law that makes it illegal for users to rent out their apartments for less than 29 days, effectively rendering Airbnb stays subject...
NYC Judge Rules Airbnb Stay Illegal, Fines Host $2,400

New York Judge Rules That Photos Posted On Twitter Are Not Up For Grabs By News Organizations

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The result could determine how all intellectual property rights on social media are viewed. A judge in New York City has ruled that pictures taken by a freelance photographer and posted on his Twitter account were not available for use by news organizations. Daniel Morel, who had been working...
New York Judge Rules That Photos Posted On Twitter Are Not Up For Grabs By News Organizations

U.S. judge rules against Motorola in dispute with Apple

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An administrative law judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that Apple did not violate a Motorola Mobility patent relating to a sensor controlled user interface for a portable communication device....
U.S. judge rules against Motorola in dispute with Apple

IP address doesn't equal individual's identity, judge rules

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In recommending a copyright-infringement case be dismissed, judge says learning the identity of an individual associated with and IP address was "unlikely" to yield offender's true identity. [Read more]...
IP address doesn't equal individual's identity, judge rules

YouTube defeats Viacom copyright lawsuit -- again

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For the second time in the past three years, judge rules YouTube is protected from liability for illegally uploaded videos by the DMCA's "safe harbor" provisions [Read more]...
YouTube defeats Viacom copyright lawsuit -- again

U.K. Judge rules HTC phones don’t infringe on Apple’s slide-to-unlock patents

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Following a report on Monday that the ITC blocked Apple’s request for an emergency ban on U.S. imports of HTC devices, Bloomberg reported this morning that a court in London has ruled against Apple over four touchscreen related patents, including one covering the iOS slide-to-unlock feature. The four patents in...
U.K. Judge rules HTC phones don’t infringe on Apple’s slide-to-unlock patents

Judge rules Honda overstated hybrid fuel economy

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Heather Peters won a suit in small claims court against Honda, claiming the company misled her through fraudulent advertising into buying a Civic Hybrid....
Judge rules Honda overstated hybrid fuel economy

Samsung and Google plan to work together to fight off Apple’s legal moves

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It’s no secret that Apple has been aggressive to attack anyone involved with Android, filing tons of patent suits against companies, including HTC and Samsung. Perhaps the biggest news came last week, as Apple first won an injunction on the original Galaxy Tab and, later more importantly, in the week won...
Samsung and Google plan to work together to fight off Apple’s legal moves
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