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Reminiscent of music industry tycoons, producers of “The Hurt Locker” sue BitTorrent users for illegal downloading of the film.
Gary McKinnon, computer hacker that breached Department of Defense and NASA websites, fights extradition to the United States.
Woman’s war against Adobe demonstrates the advantages of detailed evidence in small claims court.
Investigation into Apple by Department of Justice deepens as inquiry goes beyond music.
Tiger Woods “not allowed” to date women until divorce from Elin Woods becomes final.
Charlie Sheen still fighting off domestic violence charges in Aspen court.
Connecticut Head Coach Jim Calhoun under investigation for NCAA and other violations.
Members of Congress ask the inspector general for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to look into whether the NASA leadership is undermining the agency’s moon program.
As the cost of health care increases, patients increasingly look to online diagnosis and treatment.
Developments in biotechnology outpace laws and regulations by leaps and bounds.
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