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Beijing accused the US on Jan 6 of “bullying” after President Donald Trump ordered a ban on a series of Chinese apps in his last weeks in office, branding them a threat to national security.
A coalition of human rights and press freedom groups have filed a brief supporting Facebook Inc’s lawsuit against the Israeli surveillance technology company NSO Group, arguing that the "very core of the principles that America represents” are at stake in the case.
(Reuters) - Tech giants including Microsoft and Google on Monday joined Facebook's legal battle against hacking company NSO, filing an amicus brief in federal court that warned that the Israeli firm's tools were "powerful, and dangerous."
Dozens of more US states are joining an escalating effort to prove Google has been methodically abusing its power as the Internet's main gateway.
The Trump administration claims Facebook Inc is discriminating against US workers by designating thousands of positions for foreigners with temporary H-1B visas.
Google illegally fired, interrogated and surveilled activist employees, a regional director of the US National Labor Relations Board alleged in a complaint on Dec 2.
Google was ordered by a US judge to turn over the content of emails of the son of Farkhad Akhmedov to the Russian oligarch’s former wife in her pursuit of a £450mil (RM2.45bil) divorce judgment.
A bipartisan group of US state attorneys general plans to file an antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet’s Google as early as next month, according to two people briefed on the matter.
Apple Inc and other technology companies said confidential material they provided for the US government’s antitrust probe of Alphabet Inc’s Google should not be shared with the search giant’s in-house lawyers because the information is too sensitive.
The US Federal Trade Commission and a bipartisan group of dozens of state attorneys general are in the final stages of filing one or more major antitrust complaints against Facebook Inc in early December, according to four sources familiar with the situation.