Lawsuits

Disney

Lawsuit Claims Disney Is Tracking Kids in 42 Apps

The class action suit alleges that the media giant is violating the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.
Hackers

U.K. Researcher Who Stopped WannaCry Indicted in U.S.

The indictment, filed on July 11 in Wisconsin District Court, says that 'Defendant Marcus Hutchins created the Kronos malware,' alongside another person.
Legal

Legal Battle Could Kill Fact-Check Site Snopes.com

A contractual battle and a complicated divorce might mean the end of the fact-check site.
Theranos

Theranos Has Listed Its Headquarters for Rent

Four floors of the Palo Alto, Calif., office building are available for 12-year leases.
Dish Network

Dish Fined $280 Million for Illegal Robocalls

The company should have known that its third-party call centers were violating federal and state 'do not call' laws, a court found.
Google

Google Says It Would Cost Too Much to Gather Wage Gap Data

Mountain View's lawyers called the Labor Department's requests 'unconstitutional.'
Nokia

Nokia and Apple Are Exploring Health Tech Partnership Following Their Patent Fight

The companies have ended their patent fight and said they're planning to explore 'future collaboration in digital health initiatives.'
Lawsuits

PayPal Sues Pandora Over Logo Similarities

PayPal claims Pandora ignored 110 pages of examples showing how its logo is causing consumer confusion.
Apple

Qualcomm Ramps Up Its Fight Against Apple Fight by Suing iPhone Makers

Qualcomm on Wednesday filed suit against Apple device manufacturers Foxconn, Pegatron, Wistron and Compal Electronics for refusing to pay their licensing fees.
SpaceX

SpaceX Settles With Underpaid Employees for $4 Million

Most of the 4,100 plaintiffs, however, will only get $500 each.
Uber

Judge Sends the Uber vs. Waymo Case to DOJ for Investigation

U.S. District Judge William Alsup also partially granted Waymo's bid for an injunction.
Discrimination

Palantir Settles Discrimination Claims for $1.7 Million

The company will have to pay back wages and the value of stock options to several Asian candidates it passed over for employment, in addition to re-extending job offers.
Tesla

Tesla's Autopilot Lawsuit Ends With a Ho-Hum Settlement

It won't chase after a former director who allegedly took sensitive info.
BlackBerry

Qualcomm Must Refund BlackBerry $815 Million in Fees

Qualcomm is also the recipient of a lawsuit from Apple and the subject of multiple government investigations into its business practices.
Uber

Uber's Legal Defense: Waymo Does LiDAR Better, for Now

The ride-hailing company admits it's still using off-the-shelf components.
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