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Apple Accused of Deliberately Deleting Competitors' Songs on iPods
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A Canadian personal injury case making use of a plaintiff's Fitbit data could set a global precedent.
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The original meal replacement company says it won't take legal action, but discouraged the knockoff from trying to compete.
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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.
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