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Supreme Court Denies Nokia Relief from ITC Import Ban
By James Grace – Edited by Ashish Bakshi

Interdigital Commc’ns, LLC v. Int’l Trade Comm’n

The Supreme Court denied Nokia’s petition for a writ of certiorari, upholding the Federal Circuit’s finding that Nokia had violated Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 by importing into the U.S. cell phones that violated two U.S. patents owned by InterDigital. In denying the petition without comment, the Supreme Court did not address whether “licensing alone” could satisfy the “domestic industry” requirement of Section 337.

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Posted On Oct - 26 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Basaaly Moalin, Convicted of Supporting Terrorist Organization, Challenges NSA’s Electronic Surveillance
By Anton Ziajka – Edited by Elise Young

United States v. Moalin

Basaaly Moalin, a Somali immigrant who was convicted of conspiring to provide material support to the terrorist group al-Shabaab, filed a motion for a new trial. Moalin based his motion upon facts that surfaced during congressional hearings held in response to Edward Snowden’s release of information about the U.S. government’s electronic surveillance programs. The government filed a response and opposition.

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Posted On Oct - 20 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Dish Network’s “Hopper” Free to Skip Commercials as Ninth Circuit Rejects Fox’s Case for Preliminary Injunction

Fox Broadcasting Co. v. Dish Network
By Simon Heimowitz – Edited by Samantha Rothberg

The Ninth Circuit affirmed a district court’s denial of Fox Broadcasting Company’s (“Fox”) request for a preliminary injunction against a Dish Network (“Dish”) product associated with Dish’s “Hopper.” The Hopper allows subscribers to automatically record Fox’s primetime television shows, then view them with the commercials fast-forwarded.

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Posted On Aug - 6 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Judge Denies Request to Delay Hearing, Challenge to Government’s Metadata Collection Presses Forward

American Civil Liberties Union et al. v. Clapper et al.
By Michelle Sohn – Edited by Katie Mullen

At a hearing last Thursday, Judge William Pauley of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York denied the government ‘s request to delay a hearing date for American Civil Liberties Union et al. v. Clapper et al.  The denial is the latest in the American Civil Liberties Union’s challenge to the Obama administration’s metadata collection practices, specifically collecting Verizon’s customer records.

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Posted On Aug - 4 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Jessica Vosgerchian

Phishing Attack Used to Steal Bitcoins

Court Documents Reveal FBI Cellphone Surveillance Tool and Verizon’s Involvement

Google Introduced New Tool for Managing Digital Afterlife

Lithuania Monitors Suspected Tax Fraud with Google Maps Street View

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Posted On Apr - 15 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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