A Texas software company Firepond filed a class action lawsuit over Google’s unfair AdWords service.
This lawsuit against Symantec Corp. (”Symantec”) alleges that Symantec, the company that sells Norton computer and Internet security products, has an unlawful policy of terminating subscription time of certain customers who purchased upgrades, without providing a credit or refund for unused subscription time, and that Symantec fails to disclose this policy.
District Court allows helicopter journalist to proceed with class action suit against Google’s YouTube
Robert Tur, owner of Los Angeles News Service, three years ago sues YouTube for copyright infringement, claiming that a video show during the 1992 Los Angeles riots had been posted on YouTube without his permission.
Congressman Rick Boucher believes that it is alarming if there is no Internet privacy, where a network operator could track a user’s every move on the Internet, record the details of every search and read every email or attached document.
On the very first day of new anti piracy law, Sweden experienced a significant negative effect on its internet traffic, which goes down a record 33% low.
Good day spammers, US Supreme Court is on your side. Supreme court have gracefully decided that Jeremy Jaynes will not have to serve nine years in prison for allegedly spamming tens of thousands of AOL users in 2003.
The Stanford class action lawsuit was filed late Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas by four investors who allege that they lost $1.75 million in Stanford CDs.
Microsoft, the world’s topmost software firm was sued in 2007 on claims that it allowed manufacturers and retailers to label personal computers as “Vista capable” even though they could only run the most basic version of the operating system and not a premium edition that had better graphics.