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Facebook employee raised concerns to management that the social media giant's advertising audience reach estimates was misleading, but ignored, court filings reveal.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc on Friday sued New York's attorney general to stop the state from taking legal action over its early COVID-19 response, including its firing of activist Christian Smalls.
Trial lawyer Robert Fisher is handling one of America’s most prominent counterintelligence cases, defending an MIT scientist charged with secretly helping China. But how he’ll handle the logistics of the case could feel old school: Under new court rules, he’ll have to print out any highly sensitive documents and hand-deliver them to the courthouse.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - AT&T Inc was sued on Tuesday for at least $1.35 billion by a Seattle company that accused the telecommunications giant of stealing its patented "twinning" technology, which lets smart devices such as watches and tablets respond to calls placed to a single phone number.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he had given a full pardon to a former Google engineer sentenced for stealing a trade secret on self-driving cars months before he briefly headed Uber Technologies Inc's rival unit.
Amazon.com Inc says Parler LLC isn’t only dangerous to law and order in the nation’s capital, but to the tech giant’s own staff.
Hours after Amazon effectively scrubbed it from the Internet, conservative social media network Parler is taking stumbling steps toward a relaunch.
Social media platforms are continuing to crack down on fringe groups and conspiracy theories following last week’s deadly riot at the US Capitol.
Parler, the conservative social media platform whose traffic has surged amid a crackdown on inflammatory content by its rivals, sued Amazon.com Inc for ending web-hosting service for the site in the wake of rioting at the US Capitol last week.
The US Justice Department and the federal court system disclosed on Jan 6 that they were among the dozens of US government agencies and private businesses compromised by a massive cyberespionage campaign that US officials have linked to elite Russia hackers.