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FBI releases files on Steve Jobs: he was 'a deceptive individual'

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In 191 pages of documents, a portrait the Apple founder as a complex person of both 'integrity' and 'suspect' moral characterThe FBI has released its files on Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder and icon of the business world, painting a picture of a complex man who is described both as "a...
FBI releases files on Steve Jobs: he was 'a deceptive individual'

More Details About Paramount's Offer To Law Schools To Teach Them About The Evils Of 'Content Theft'

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On Friday, we wrote about reports of Paramount Pictures sending overnight letters to a variety of universities, asking to come speak to their students about the whole SOPA/PIPA debate, and why they're all "content thieves," before asking for the students' thoughts on what Paramount should do. The whole thing seemed...
More Details About Paramount's Offer To Law Schools To Teach Them About The Evils Of 'Content Theft'

Apple Seeking $2.5 Billion from Samsung in U.S. Patent and Design Infringement Trial

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FOSS Patents' Florian Mueller reports that recently-filed court documents in the ongoing U.S. patent and design dispute between Apple and Samsung reveal that Apple is seeking a total of $2.5 billion from Samsung to cover alleged infringement by Samsung's mobile products. From the court filing:Samsung has reaped billions of dollars...
Apple Seeking $2.5 Billion from Samsung in U.S. Patent and Design Infringement Trial

Here's The Email Steve Jobs Sent To A Major Publisher To Convince It To Go With Apple's E-Book Pricing Model

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Seventeen more states have entered into the class action lawsuit against Apple and multiple book publishers, accusing the companies of conspiring to set eBook prices, according to PaidContent.org. As a result, the states have issued an amended complaint with some juicy new details about the case, including an e-mail from...
Here's The Email Steve Jobs Sent To A Major Publisher To Convince It To Go With Apple's E-Book Pricing Model
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Apple to Samsung: You Give Us $2.5 Billion and We'll Give You a Half-Cent a Unit Royalty

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Apple has put a dollar figure on the damages it believes it’s owed by Samsung for the company’s alleged infringement of its patents, and it’s an awfully big number. According to a court filing first published by FOSS Patents, Apple is seeking $2.5 billion from its Korean rival, which it...
Apple to Samsung: You Give Us $2.5 Billion and We'll Give You a Half-Cent a Unit Royalty

Carreon's Full Filing Reveals He Donated To Oatmeal Campaign Himself, Plus Other Assorted Nuttiness

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Earlier this morning we wrote about Charles Carreon suing Matthew Inman, IndieGoGo, the National Wildlife Federation and the American Cancer Society. At that time, all anyone had was the summary of the lawsuit as written by Courthouse News Service. Now, Carreon has posted the filing to his own website (with...
Carreon's Full Filing Reveals He Donated To Oatmeal Campaign Himself, Plus Other Assorted Nuttiness
Jetpac's Social Travel iPad App Grabs $2.4 Million From Khosla Ventures, Jerry Yang And Others
FCC asks Verizon to uncensor documents supporting $3.6b spectrum acquisition

More haggling over details in the last moments before Apple v. Samsung

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In court on Friday afternoon, Northern California District Judge Lucy Koh ruled that most of the documents in the giant Apple v. Samsung case would have to be submitted as public documents, something both companies were hoping to avoid. In the days leading up to the case, Judge Koh said...
More haggling over details in the last moments before Apple v. Samsung
Is the FBI breaching the Constitution in the name of national security?

un[redacted] news: Turkish Sources - Israeli Advance Target Assassination List Found on Flotilla

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un[redacted] news: Turkish Sources - Israeli Advance Target Assassination List Found on Flotilla

Government Stops Shielding Corporate Breach ‘Victims’

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For the past few months, national retailer J. C. Penney has been fighting an under-seal court battle to keep you from knowing that its payment card network was breached by U.S. and Eastern European hackers. Scenes From a Hack Chat logs between Albert Gonzalez and an Eastern European accomplice...
Government Stops Shielding Corporate Breach ‘Victims’
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