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Judge rips lawyers in IP rift over viral Facebook childbirth video

Judge says media should be paid the “costs of defending this frivolous litigation.”

ZeniMax to judge: Block Oculus sales or give us 20%

After trial victory, company also ups damage demand from $500 million to $1 billion

ProtonMail’s new free VPN won’t ‘abuse user trust’ like Google and...

ProtonMail says its VPN will protect privacy online and will not abuse user trust as Facebook and Google allegedly do in order to sell ads.

There’s a constitutional right to use social media, Supreme Court says

North Carolinarsquo;s law was “unprecedented in the scope of First Amendment speech.”

Facebook sics AI on terrorist posts, but humans still do the...

"We don't want Facebook to be used for any terrorist activity whatsoever," says FB.

Windows Server to copy Windows 10, get twice-yearly feature updates

Microsoft continues to further consolidate its operating system development.

Man faces three years in prison for sharing Deadpool on Facebook

A single Facebook post resulted in 5 million views and a federal investigation.

FCC makes net neutrality commenters’ e-mail addresses public through API

E-mail addresses aren't required, though names and home addresses are.

Now the FTC wants a word with Uber

News comes right after CEO stepped back, and a board member resigned.

Get started with React: The InfoWorld tutorial

React, also known as ReactJS, is an open source JavaScript library for building user interfaces, often for single-page applications or to add interactive views to existing web applications built in a variety of architectures. The React project originat...

Security Firms Discover New Mac Ransomware, Spyware

DAILY VIDEO: Mac malware installs ransomware, spyware, security firms say; Illusive Networks tricks attackers with email data deceptions; Facebook reportedly rescues canceled MTV show for video business; and there's more.

UK and France propose fining Facebook and Twitter if extreme material...

Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron have said they are determined to ensure the internet cannot be used as a safe space for terrorists and criminals.