An Ola spokesperson said the allegations were 'frivolous and false.'
This is the latest development in the fight for drivers of ridesharing apps to be classified as employees rather than independent contractors.
Multiple Apple employees told the New York Times they would resist a direct order to create an encryption backdoor.
The Sheriff's Office said officials became suspicious of the suit, filed in the name of murder suspect Jason Dalton, after seeing the online filing.
Ryan Collins of Lancaster has been charged with computer hacking for leaking nude selfies of celebrities. He could face 18 months in prison.
The company is fighting the Justice Department over encryption standards.
The comedian is thoughtful with his take on the nuances around encryption.
Loretta Lynch speaks on the San Bernardino case during a visit to the Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
The retailer is the first to file for bankruptcy this year.
The remarks were a slight change to James Comey's statement last week that ordering Apple to unlock the phone was 'unlikely to be a trailblazer.'
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While Jacqueline Fox's family won $72 million in damages this week, not all plaintiffs in the 1,200 similar pending talc powder-cancer cases will be cashing in.
After originally offering $10,000 to couples who remained married, SwanLuv changed its model to a crowdfunding platform.
Complainants allege company overcharged and falsely labeled dozens of products.
A lawsuit from a Parisian user whose account was suspended after he posted a famous nude painting may have opened the company up to further international legal action.