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Swinburne researchers put forward their case.
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RBS reaches settlement to use finance software
Settles lawsuit after judge blocked use.
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US jury orders Samsung to pay Apple $128 million
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US Judge rules against NSA phone monitoring
Department of Justice reviewing decision.
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Apple found to have conspired to raise prices on e-books
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Tech vendors sealing everything from view in public courtrooms.
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US judge sends Apple, Samsung to settlement talks
CEOs to meet.
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ACS Law rapped for 'chaotic and lamentable' enforcement
Warning to other anti-P2P legal eagles not to waste the courts' time.
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Bail set but appealed.
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As jurors go online, US trials go off track
At least 90 verdicts challenged due to internet-related misconduct.
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Judge slashes "excessive" downloading fine tenfold
Student saves a packet on file sharing costs.
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Pirate Party on course for election triumph
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A US federal judge has lifted a temporary injunction that denied three college students from presenting their subway payment hack research at the recent Defcon show.
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A federal judge in San Francisco has ordered the disabling of a website that discloses confidential information, a precedent-setting ruling that may raise a legal challenge to the growing online black market in purloined data while testing First Amendment rights.
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Judge dismisses students' lawsuit in data breach
Two former Ohio University students may have lost their battle in a data-breach-related lawsuit, but the current US political environment left them with no other recourse than to sue, a security industry analyst told SCMagazine.com.
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Julie Amero, the Connecticut former substitute teacher convicted of allowing students to view pornography on a classroom PC, was granted a new trial today.
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Judge baffled by the term 'website'
Judge Peter Openshaw is presiding over a trial in Woolwich Crown Court of three men accused of inciting terrorism over the internet, but has halted the trial to have the word 'website' explained to him.
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