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Apple ebook case injunction issued with five-year restrictions and compliance monitoring

Apple ebook case injunction issued with five-year restrictions and compliance monitoring

The Apple ebook price-fixing legal spat has been a long one, with the Department of Justice and Apple butting heads over various aspects of the case, not the least of which was what Apple called "draconian" suggestions on the DoJ's part. The Justice Department later agreed to modify some of its penalties, most of which have been included in an injunction filing that was released today.

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Text Message sender could be liable for car wreck in NJ appeals court

Text Message sender could be liable for car wreck in NJ appeals court

A New Jersey appeals court has found true an interesting set of conclusions this month in going over a case involving a car wreck from 2009. In this case, the driver of a vehicle in Mine Hill Township, New Jersey, was texting and driving when he hit a motorcycle carrying Linda and David Kubert - who both subsequently lost their legs as a result of the crash. The Kuberts settled their case against Best, continuing then to sue Shannon Colonna - the person on the other end of the phone.

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Sirius XM Radio hit with lawsuit over alleged failure to pay royalties

Sirius XM Radio hit with lawsuit over alleged failure to pay royalties

A lawsuit has been filed against Sirius XM Radio in the U.S. District Court of Washington DC by SoundExchange, a non-profit organization that works with artists to collect royalties on digital works and has its establishment roots in the Recording Industry Association of America. According to the lawsuit, Sirius XM has underpaid the organization for a statutory license by quite a hefty sum, and it wants millions in return.

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Facebook Sponsored Stories privacy settlement approved by judge

Facebook Sponsored Stories privacy settlement approved by judge

Facebook found itself the center of a class action lawsuit back in 2011 concerning what some said were privacy violations, a topic that has been ever present for the social network. Five plaintiffs are involved in the suit, and Facebook is set to pay $20 million under the settlement terms. After years of back and forth, a judge has passed the final "okay" for agreement to proceed.

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Yahoo court document to be declassified showing FISA opposition

Yahoo court document to be declassified showing FISA opposition

The PRISM news may have slowed in recent weeks, but the backlash against companies who were accussed of giving the government unmitigated access to their users' data hasn't, and these companies are responding to clear their names. Yahoo! is one such company, and it has recently received a victory in court, with a ruling being issued that will declassify a document showing that it fought against FISA orders.

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