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Move Over DNA, Your Wearable Data Could Soon Be Used in the Courtroom
A Canadian personal injury case making use of a plaintiff's Fitbit data could set a global precedent.
Soylent Says Won't Sue Copycat Meal Replacement 'Schmoylent'
The original meal replacement company says it won't take legal action, but discouraged the knockoff from trying to compete.
Condé Nast to Pay $5.8 Million to Unpaid and Underpaid Interns
Interns triumphed over the publisher in a class-action lawsuit brought by thousands of former interns from magazines like Vogue and the New Yorker.
FCC Chief in Tough Spot After Obama Takes Firm Stance on Net Neutrality
The president's public stance on net neutrality seems to create more questions than answers.
Obama Throws Support Behind Net Neutrality
The president came out in favor of the protection of net neutrality with a statement laying out a proposal for the FCC.
Regret Swiping Left on Tinder? Soon You Can Pay to Undo It.
The online dating service is planning to roll out a premium version of its app.
3 Big Patent Moves That Won't Generate Real Value
These missteps will waste your company's time, money and resources.
Elliot Cook and Darren Jiron
The International Franchise Board Tries to Dig Up Details on Labor Board's 'Joint Employer' Decision
The IFA plans to file a request with the National Labor Relations Board to disclose the reasoning behind deeming franchisors 'joint employers.'
The Changes to Tax Laws You Need to Know
Find out about Internal Revenue Code updates affecting small businesses that take effect this year and the next.
Sean Parker's Punishment for Eco-Unfriendly Wedding? He Has to Build an App.
The 'creative' settlement was reached with the California Coastal Commission after Napster founder Sean Parker came under fire for hosting an over-the-top wedding that allegedly damaged sensitive Redwood forests.
From a Legal Standpoint, Should You Go With Google Docs or Office Online?
Forget the features list and ease of use. There are some serious implications to consider with the companies privacy policies.
California Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Expand Franchisee Rights
Franchisors and franchisees are divided over the veto of a California bill that would make it more difficult to terminate franchise agreements.
What to Do If Someone Uses Your Trademark
The saying, 'Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery' just doesn't fly when dealing with trademarks.
FBI to Apple, Google: Your New Privacy Policies Are Making People Less Safe
In making vast troves of smartphone data only available to each device's owner, the FBI argues, a critical crime-solving tool has been compromised.
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