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Magazine articles on the legal system.
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April 21, 2010
Is Google About to Get Lawyerbombed? A coming wave of litigation is about to crash on Google's door, which has the ability to affect the success or failure of not only competitors, but all companies, organizations and people. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Bank Director
2nd Quarter 2010
John R. Engen
Many Scrutinize Outcome of Tech Licensing Case The final decisions on a complex series of lawsuits involving technology licensing has many banks eager to hear the outcome. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
April 19, 2010
Certegy Agrees to Settle in Florida Data Breach Subsidiary of Fidelity National Information Services has inked an agreement with Florida attorney general to upgrade security technology in the wake of large-scale data breach. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Information Today
April 15, 2010
Nancy Herther
Google Sued for Copyright Infringement by Photographers and Visual Artists Google is accused of illegally scanning millions of copyrighted images in what the suit calls "the most widespread, well-publicized, and uncompensated infringement of exclusive rights in images in the history of book and periodical publishing" mark for My Articles 220 similar articles
April 14, 2010
Comcast Case Looms Large in Senate Hearing Proceeding convened to discuss national broadband plan treads heavily on FCC's authority after court struck down commission's 2008 order in Comcast case. mark for My Articles 687 similar articles
April 13, 2010
Net Neutrality Camp Looks to Title II Switch Following the ruling of a federal appeals court voiding the FCC's ruling in the Comcast/BitTorrent case, open Internet advocates warns that the commission needs to tighten up its regulatory authority. mark for My Articles 596 similar articles
April 9, 2010
FCC Details Broadband Plans After Legal Setback Federal Communications Commission chairman argues that court ruling has little bearing on its broadband agenda for the rest of the year, which will tackle spectrum, universal service and a host of other issues. mark for My Articles 877 similar articles
April 8, 2010
FCC on Shaky Ground After Comcast Ruling Court's rejection of Federal Communications Commission's order rebuking Comcast for slowing traffic on its network calls into question the agency's authority in the Internet space. mark for My Articles 443 similar articles
Home Theater
April 7, 2010
Mark Fleischmann
Ruling May Starve Online Video Federal court says FCC can't enforce net neutrality. mark for My Articles 524 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 7, 2010
Anders Bylund
Will the Dream of Net Neutrality Stand? Comcast beat Uncle Sam on the government's home court. Can a toothless FCC defend your Internet connection at all? mark for My Articles 580 similar articles
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