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Users should be allowed to sue US tech giants under EU rules, civil groups say

Individual users should be allowed to take US tech giants to court for breaching landmark EU rules aimed at curbing their power, Privacy International, pan-European consumer group BEUC and a number of academics said...

Three US states, DC sue Google over location-tracking

Texas, Indiana, Washington State and the District of Columbia sued Alphabet Inc's Google on Monday over what they called deceptive location-tracking practices that invade users’ privacy. "Google falsely led consumers to believe that changing their...

BlackBerry loses bid to dismiss BlackBerry 10 lawsuit in NY

A US judge rejected BlackBerry Ltd's bid to dismiss a long-running lawsuit claiming it defrauded shareholders by inflating the success and profitability of its BlackBerry 10 smartphones, and said the class-action case could go...

Russian businessman on US sanctions list claims court win over Google

A Russian businessman on a US sanctions list claimed victory over Google in a court case on Thursday and said the US tech giant now faced a potentially heavy fine. Alphabet's Google had appealed a...

Apple starts legal action against Russian regulator in App Store dispute

Apple has started legal proceedings against Russia's anti-monopoly regulator in a dispute concerning alternative payment options on its App Store platform, the RIA news agency reported on Sunday citing court filings. Russia opened an antitrust...

Robinhood, others win dismissal of meme stock ‘short squeeze’ lawsuit

A US judge dismissed a lawsuit accusing Robinhood Markets and other brokerages of wrongly preventing retail investors from buying fast-rising "meme stocks," triggering a sell-off. In a decision on Wednesday, Chief Judge Cecilia Altonaga of...

US states file updated antitrust complaint against Google

A group of US states led by Texas have filed an amended complaint against Google accusing the tech giant of using coercive tactics and breaking antitrust laws in its efforts to boost its already...

US sues Uber over alleged disability discrimination

The US Justice Department sued Uber Technologies over allegations of overcharging disabled passengers, and asked a federal court to order compliance with an anti-discrimination law. The lawsuit, filed in the US District Court in San...

Apple objects to links to outside payments ahead of Epic Games hearing

Apple has outlined its objections to allowing app developers to link to third-party payment options ahead of a hearing next month that could determine whether a set of antitrust court orders is put on...

Facebook asks judge to dismiss US lawsuit to force sale of Instagram, WhatsApp

Facebook Inc has again asked a judge to dismiss the US government's revised antitrust case that seeks to force the social media giant to sell Instagram and WhatsApp. Facebook said in a court filing that...

Apple bars Epic’s ‘Fortnite’ from App Store until all court appeals end

Apple Inc has blacklisted "Fortnite" from the iPhone maker's popular App Store for several years until all the court appeals are done, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has said. Epic Games' opening brief in its...

Epic ruling invites future efforts to paint Apple as monopolist

A US judge stopped short of labelling Apple Inc an "illegal monopolist" on Friday, but the closely-watched ruling provides a roadmap for similar claims against the iPhone maker in the future, legal experts said. Ruling...