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NYT defeats Ajit Pai as judge orders FCC to provide net neutrality records

NYT defeats Ajit Pai as judge orders FCC to provide net neutrality records

NYT vs. FCC — FCC must reveal IP addresses and user-agent headers of net neutrality commenters. Jon Brodkin - May 4, 2020 5:41 pm UTC Getty Images | Peter DazeleyThe New York Times has won its lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission, as a federal judge ruled Thursday that the FCC must turn over net…
Judge Orders FCC to Hand Over IP Addresses Linked to Fake Net Neutrality Comments

Judge Orders FCC to Hand Over IP Addresses Linked to Fake Net Neutrality Comments

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Communications and Technology Subcommittee in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill December 05, 2019 in Washington, DC.Photo: Chip Somodevilla (Getty) A Manhattan federal judge has ruled the Federal Communications Commission must provide two reporters access to server logs that may provide…
Federal Judge Stunned by Facebook’s ‘Unscrupulous’ Violation of the Law, Warns of Much Deeper Problems

Federal Judge Stunned by Facebook’s ‘Unscrupulous’ Violation of the Law, Warns of Much Deeper...

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg  A U.S. district judge in the District of Columbia signed off on a historic settlement Thursday, putting an end to 8-year-old litigation between the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Facebook. The FTC sued Facebook back in 2012 over eight privacy violations, saying that Facebook made deceptive claims about users’ ability…
Judge Dredd Foreshadowed Our Covid Reality

Judge Dredd Foreshadowed Our Covid Reality

Last week, three US states—California, Washington, and Oregon—announced a new deal. Known as the Western States Pact, the agreement essentially combined the three entities into a West Coast super state for the purposes of dealing with Covid-19 and coordinating efforts to potentially restart their economies. For politicians looking to help their citizens cope, it seemed…
Judge dismisses Twitter lawsuit that sought to reveal government surveillance requests

Judge dismisses Twitter lawsuit that sought to reveal government surveillance requests

A federal judge has ruled that Twitter can’t reveal surveillance requests it received from the US government, putting an end to legal battle that lasted six years, Reuters reported. Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers wrote in her order that Twitter’s request to reveal part of its Draft Transparency Report “would be likely to lead to grave…
U.S. judge blocks Twitter’s bid to reveal government surveillance requests

U.S. judge blocks Twitter’s bid to reveal government surveillance requests

(Reuters) - Twitter Inc will not be able to reveal surveillance requests it received from the U.S. government after a federal judge accepted government arguments that this was likely to harm national security after a near six-year long legal battle. FILE PHOTO: The Twitter logo is displayed on a screen on the floor of the…
Brazilian judge caught shirtless during court session on Zoom – New York Post

Brazilian judge caught shirtless during court session on Zoom – New York Post

April 16, 2020 | 8:55am | Updated April 16, 2020 | 10:53am A leading Brazilian judge shocked viewers who tuned in to a livestreamed court hearing — when he appeared completely shirtless. Judge Carmo Antonio de Souza, 57, was part of a video call with other judges from the State Court in Amapa who are…
Judge smacks down copyright suit over Instagram embedding

Judge smacks down copyright suit over Instagram embedding

Copyright — Ruling could provide a stronger legal basis for embedding photos and videos. Timothy B. Lee - Apr 15, 2020 8:44 pm UTC A New York federal judge has ruled that the tech news site Mashable did not violate copyright law when it embedded an Instagram photo from photojournalist Stephanie Sinclair in an article.…
Judge rules in favour of Activision in Call of Duty Humvee lawsuit – Destructoid

Judge rules in favour of Activision in Call of Duty Humvee lawsuit – Destructoid

2020-04-02 15:30:00by Chris MoyseThree year case comes to a closeIf you cast your minds back to heady days of 2017, you might remember we reported on an impending lawsuit, in which AM General LLC was taking Activision to court over the unauthorised depiction of "Humvees" in the Call of Duty series. Some three years later,…
US judge: First Amendment protects Call of Duty’s use of Humvees

US judge: First Amendment protects Call of Duty’s use of Humvees

More humvees for you and me — “If realism is an artistic goal,” using Humvees “undoubtedly furthers that goal.” Kyle Orland - Apr 2, 2020 4:22 pm UTC Enlarge / Depicting a Humvee like this in Call of Duty is allowed by the First Amendment, a federal judge has ruled.A federal judge ruled this week…

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ThoughtSpot was started by a bunch of ex-Googlers looking to bring the power of search to data. Seven years later the company is growing fast, sporting a fat valuation of almost $2 billion and looking ahead to a possible IPO. Today it announced a hefty $248 million Series E round as it continues on its…

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