Antitrust expert Gary Reback outlines how regulators might one day try to take down Google. (Credit: Tom Krazit/CNET) WASHINGTON--Fresh off the ne... read more »
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Faced with mounting legal bills, Julian Assange has agreed to a $1.5 million deal to write his autobiography. "I don't want to write this book, bu... read more »
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ordered clandestine surveillance of United Nations leadership, including obtaining "security measures, passwords,... read more »
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Editors' note: This is a guest column. See Larry Downes' bio below. There was good news yesterday for Internet intermediaries and other cloud-computi... read more »
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Florida has officially banned jurors from tweeting. New jury instructions adopted by the Supreme Court of Florida, which judges will pass along to... read more »
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An Internet-fueled backlash against air traveler screening is growing amid signs that the Transportation Security Agency will consider slight change... read more »
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Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina, two ex-Silicon Valley executives who pledged to use their business acumen to fix California's many economic woes, tod... read more »
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The chairman of the House oversight committee wants more information from the Federal Communications Commission about how commissioner Meredith Attwe... read more »
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Congressional Republicans are starting to condemn the Obama administration for not doing enough to curb WikiLeaks. In a calculated affront to of... read more »
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A federal agency recently brought a complaint against a Connecticut medical-services company for allegedly firing an employee over a Facebook post. ... read more »
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STANFORD, Calif.--President Obama is planning to hand the U.S. Commerce Department authority over a forthcoming cybersecurity effort to create an In... read more »
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Add the Federal Communications Commission to the list of legal headaches for Google caused by its Wi-Fi spying debacle. The Wall Street Journal ... read more »
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Google&39's proposed acquisition of travel software company ITA Software could face a DOJ review. (Credit: ITA) The U.S. Department of Justice is ... read more »
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This was the message displayed after U.S. authorities seized the domains of the online poker sites. Several founders of the three largest Int... read more »
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The topic for today's Senate Homeland Security hearing was supposed to be air cargo security. But in the wake of growing public concern about the ... read more »
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WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange was granted bail today by a London judge, but prosecutors said they will appeal the decision. In a media-mobbed... read more »
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Lawmakers want answers from Apple after a report was published this week that showed that iPhones and iPads track and store users' location inform... read more »
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President Obama talks jobs and the economy with some of the nation&39's top tech leaders. Seated at the president's left is Apple CEO Steve Jobs' a... read more »
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A diagram from the suit demonstrating how the tech companies allegedly reached agreements on hires and compensation. (Credit: Lieff Cabraser Heiman... read more »
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Updated 1:20 p.m. PT with additional analysis that comes to a different conclusion. Did Google take code from Java when it built Android Oracle sure ... read more »
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