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Apple wins $539 million in damages in patent battle with Samsung

Samsung has been ordered to pay Apple Inc. $539 million in damages, following a seven-year clash over patents which ended in a retrial. As reported by Bloomberg, Apple sought $1 billion in the retrial, an amount it was awarded back in 2012 over several patent infringements relating to the iPhone.  SEE ALSO: Apple’s latest defense...CONTINUE READING
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Angry MacBook users file class action lawsuit against Apple over defective keyboards

Apple’s silence over issues related to its allegedly flawed MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards just got a whole lot more deafening. On Friday, a class action lawsuit was filed against Apple in the Northern District Court of California over the defective keyboards, according to AppleInsider. SEE ALSO: Apple will replace batteries on some MacBook Pros...CONTINUE READING
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Ashley Judd sues Harvey Weinstein in lawsuit tied to ‘Lord of the Rings’

Ashley Judd is taking Harvey Weinstein to court, and she intends for any judgments in her favor to benefit the Time’s Up movement. Judd filed her suit in the Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, as she confirmed on Twitter. She’s seeking damages for defamation, sexual harassment, and violations of California business laws governing unfair...CONTINUE READING
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Stormy Daniels is suing Trump for defamation over a tweet

Donald Trump’s Twitter account has, once again, gotten him in some hot water, which should shock absolutely no one.   Trump is facing another Twitter-related lawsuit, but this time it’s for defamation and — in a twist that only the best screenwriter could whip up — the plaintiff is adult film star Stormy Daniels (whose...CONTINUE READING
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French dude sues France for seizing France.com domain

A Frenchman is suing his home country after it seized France.com, the web domain he owned for over two decades. Jean-Noel Frydman, who was born in France but lives in New York, registered the France.com domain name back in February 1994 before launching the website in June 1995According to Frydman, the original France.com website featured...CONTINUE READING
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Man wearing MAGA hat not victim of ‘religious’ discrimination for getting kicked out of a bar, Judge says

Unless you’re involuntarily locked in the cellar of some Berkeley farm cooperative, being a Trump supporter does not make you an oppressed minority in America. At least according to one judge. Tell that to Philadelphia accountant Greg Piatek, who sued The Happiest Hour bar in New York City after the bar allegedly kicked him out...CONTINUE READING
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Civil servant fired over Twitter attacks on government wins case

Civil servants in Australia can criticise the country’s government on Twitter, so long as they do it under a fake name and outside of work. That’s the latest result in the case of a former employee of Australia’s immigration department, Michaela Banerji, who was sacked for misconduct in 2013 after posting anonymous tweets that were...CONTINUE READING
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Google loses landmark ‘right to be forgotten’ case

A businessman has won the first ‘right to be forgotten’ lawsuit against Google in the UK high court, according to the BBC. The right to be forgotten (RTBF) is an online privacy statute that the European Court of Justice passed in 2014. It states that European citizens can petition search engine companies like Google to...CONTINUE READING
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In-N-Out is suing an Australian tribute to the burger chain

Californian burger chain In-N-Out has no presence in Australia. Or anywhere much further than the U.S. west coast and Texas, really.  That hasn’t stopped In-N-Out from suing Sydney-based restaurant Down N’ Out, which opened in 2016 and served burgers that were a tribute to the cult chain. SEE ALSO: Flippy the burger-flipping robot is already...CONTINUE READING
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This guy claims the Duffer Brothers ripped off his ‘Stranger Things’ idea

The creators of ‘Stranger Things,’ the Duffer Brothers, are being sued for the idea behind their show. Filmmaker Charlie Kessler claims he pitched a  similar idea to the Duffer Brothers and they turned down the series. He claims that his original idea came from a short film he made called Montauk, which he wanted to...CONTINUE READING
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