U.S. Opposes Tech Companies’ Requests to Disclose Surveillance

The U.S. Department of Justice is formally opposing requests by technology companies to disclose more information about secret surveillance requests.


The FCC Veers Off Course on Mobile Auctions

There is no evidence that crippling spectrum auctions would accomplish the Obama administration’s policy objectives for universal broadband.
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The Incredible Shrinking Apple E-Book Remedy

Not quite the “modest” injunction Apple would like, but getting closer.

Apple Says DOJ’s E-Book Remedies Are Biased in Amazon’s Favor

“Plaintiffs are seeking a remedy that would give Amazon significant competitive advantage over Apple — an advantage it is neither entitled to nor deserves.”

DOJ Softens Proposed Apple E-Book Injunctions, Slightly

A few changes, but hardly the ones for which Apple has been angling.

Apple Slams Feds’ Proposed E-Book Remedies as a “Draconian and Punitive Intrusion”

Apple says the DOJ’s proposed remedies in its ebook price-fixing case are unwarranted, overreaching and at times unconstitutional.

Apple Shares Held Hostage and Oracle’s Mystery News — 10 Things You Need to See on AllThingsD This Week

The week in AllThingsD, in one convenient post. You’re welcome!

Apple: It’s Time to Close the Book on DOJ’s E-Book Case

“All of the government’s evidence is ambiguous at best,” says Apple.

Steve Jobs, Winnie the Pooh and the iBook Launch

The Apple/DOJ trial turns into a trip down memory lane.

The Apple iBooks Origin Story