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Does US have right to data on overseas servers? We’re about...

Supreme Court case has ramifications for tech sector, foreign relations, and privacy.

Judge rips lawyers in IP rift over viral Facebook childbirth video

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

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.”

Kim Dotcom can’t get back millions worth of assets US seized,...

Because Dotcom is a fugitive, he canrsquo;t challenge asset forfeiture, feds say.

How one patent troll is desperately trying to stay in East...

Uniloc finds a dozen reasons Google should still be sued in East Texas.

Do cops need a warrant to stalk you using your cellphone...

Armed robbery case goes to America's highest court After years of contradictory appeals court decisions, the US Supreme Court will finally hear a case about how private your cell phone location should be.…

Supreme Court makes it much harder for patent trolls to sue...

Folks got sued in East Texas “just because they had a website.” Those days may be over.

Trump administration to Supreme Court: Don’t hear EFF “Dancing Baby” case

Court fight over 29-second video of toddler dancing to Prince is now a decade old.

Will the Supreme Court end the East Texas patent scam?

Tech companies and interest groups seek to alter the geography of litigation.

From Apple to Zendesk, tech sector supports transgender boy at Supreme...

Companies all allow employees to use bathrooms "consistent with their gender identity."

Patent-holding company’s $533M verdict against Apple is dust on appeal

Massive verdict would have been largest ever for a non-practicing entity.

Proposed federal law demands probable-cause warrants for geolocation data

"Outdated laws shouldn't be an excuse for open season on tracking Americans."