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An Uber customer on Friday asked a Manhattan federal judge to overturn an arbitration win for the company in a price-fixing case, arguing that the arbitrator only ruled in Uber's favour because he was scared.
US home security company employee spied on customers for years through their cameras, lawsuits claim
Hundreds of customers of ADT Security Services were spied on through security cameras installed inside and outside of their homes, two US federal lawsuits filed Monday are claiming.
Google’s dominance of the US$130bil (RM568.11bil) digital advertising market is harming advertisers, news publishers, and consumers, according to a paper that outlines how the US could bring an antitrust case against the Internet giant.
Ubisoft Entertainment SA sued Apple Inc and Google LLC, accusing the companies of selling a ripoff of its popular video game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege.
A Japanese teen is standing up for his right to play hours of video games, crowdfunding for a lawsuit to challenge local government guidelines on limiting video gaming by children.
One of San Francisco’s oldest churches has joined the chorus of complaints that Zooming is not safe – with a lawsuit claiming its bible study class was "Zoombombed” with pornography.
Facebook Inc agreed to pay US$52mil (RM225.07mil) to settle a lawsuit by content moderators who alleged they suffered psychological scars from repeated exposure to disturbing material including images of child sex abuse and terrorism, according to a statement issued by lawyers for the plaintiffs.
A pitch for cellphone hacking technology sent to the San Diego Police Department in 2016 may add a new wrinkle to a lawsuit between WhatsApp and Israeli spyware manufacturer NSO Group.
A Utah-based startup says it has exclusive business rights to the use of smartphones and other electronic devices for tracing people who have come into contact with a person with Covid-19, setting up a potential patent-infringement battle with some of the biggest technology companies.
The maker of an app that allows people to anonymously post everything from family secrets to stories of infidelity was sued for exposing almost 900 million user records on the Internet.