HP Is Negotiating to Settle Bribery Charges

The allegations stem from a deal with a Russian government agency.
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Judge Says NSA Phone Surveillance Is Legal

A federal judge in New York ruled Friday that the National Security Agency’s broad collection of U.S. phone-customer data is lawful, dismissing a complaint filed by the American Civil Liberties Union.

In Lawsuit, U.S. May Have to Prove Why It Needs Phone Records Collection Program

A judge challenges the government to prove that investigators have used it to fend off imminent terrorist attacks.
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Shareholder Suit Accuses IBM of Concealing a Post-Snowden Backlash in China

Big Blue saw its sales fall considerably in China last quarter. A Louisiana pension fund argues that it was because of an association with the NSA.
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Aereo Welcomes Supreme Court Intervention in Fight With TV Broadcasters

Online television startup Aereo Inc. said it would welcome the Supreme Court’s intervention to resolve a legal fight with broadcasters, who argue its service violates their copyrights.

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Seoul Court Rules That Apple Didn’t Violate Samsung’s Patents

A Seoul court ruled that Apple Inc. didn’t violate some of Samsung Electronics Co.’s patents, dealing a rare blow to the South Korean smartphone maker in its home turf.

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Micron, Rambus End Long-Running Legal Battles

Micron Technology Inc. and Rambus Inc. said they have ended a series of court battles that stretched for 13 years, with Micron agreeing to pay up to $280 million to Rambus over seven years.

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Supreme Court Won’t Review N.Y. Sales-Tax Law For Online Retailers

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place a 2008 New York state law aimed at collecting millions in sales taxes from online purchases by state residents, rejecting a legal challenge by online retail giant Amazon.com Inc.

HP and Its CEO Must Answer Shareholder Lawsuit Over Disastrous Autonomy Deal

A federal judge wants to know what Meg Whitman knew about Autonomy, and when she knew it.
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Google in $17 Million Settlement Over Improper Web Tracking

Google has agreed to pay $17 million to settle allegations brought by 37 states and the District of Columbia that it placed unauthorized tracking “cookies” on Web browsers in 2011 and 2012.

LinkedIn Calls Email Hacking Charges False