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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s first trailer looks simply smashing

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s first trailer introduces Bruce Banner’s cousin Jennifer, a gamma irradiated lawyer who’s about to shake up the MCU...

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US prosecutors are going after crypto sanctions evasion

A DC judge has revealed the existence of a criminal case against an unnamed crypto payment platform that sent $10 million in Bitcoin to an unnamed...

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Tech industry appeals the bad Texas social media law to the Supreme Court

Tech industry trade organizations NetChoice and the CCIA have appealed directly to the Supreme Court for an emergency stay of the Texas social media...

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A court just blew up internet law because it thinks YouTube isn’t a website

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against groups trying to block HB 20, a Texas law barring companies from banning users in the state based on...

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Court lets Texas restrictions on social platform content moderation take effect

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has granted a request from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to stay an injunction blocking HB 20, which limits...

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Josh Hawley wants to punish Disney by taking copyright law back to 1909 and that sucks

I can’t believe I’m taking Disney’s side on anything I have been told to blog about Senator Josh Hawley’s new copyright bill, and I do this...

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Clearview AI agrees to permanent ban on selling facial recognition to private companies

Clearview AI and the ACLU have struck a deal to settle a lawsuit over the company’s use of facial recognition tech, restricting private access...

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Judge dismisses Donald Trump’s Twitter ban lawsuit

A California judge has dismissed former president Donald Trump’s lawsuit against Twitter for banning him in 2021, saying Twitter did not violate...

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Sweeping legal ruling orders ISPs to block pirate sites

A federal judge ordered a long list of ISPs and other companies to block three Israel-focused piracy sites in the US, an unusually broad injunction....

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Nvidia fined $5.5 million for hiding how many gaming GPUs were sold to crypto miners

The SEC has announced a $5.5 million settlement with Nvidia for not informing investors how many of its gaming GPUs were sold to cryptocurrency...

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Apple claims startup hired employees to steal chip secrets

Apple sued chip startup Rivos as well as two former engineers for alleged trade secrets theft, claiming they stole documents about its SoC lineup....

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Amazon-owned PillPack settles DOJ insulin lawsuit for $6 million

PillPack, which Amazon bought in 2018, admitted to sending patients more insulin than Medicare and Medicaid rules allow. The company paid around $6...

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Google’s Fitbit Ionic recall doesn’t go far enough, lawsuit says

A lawsuit alleges that Fitbit’s recall of its Ionic smartwatch isn’t enough, because the same defect affects all Fitbit smartwatches and...

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Uber and Lyft extend legal fee coverage to drivers sued under Oklahoma’s forthcoming abortion law

Uber and Lyft have promised to cover the legal fees if their drivers are sued under Oklahoma’s soon-to-be-passed anti-abortion law. Uber and Lyft...

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Aqua’s ‘Barbie Girl’ won’t be in the Barbie movie

Though director Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie might be self-aware about its icon’s pop-cultural influence, Mattel’s not interested in featuring...

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16 states sue to block USPS plan to buy hundreds of thousands of gas-guzzling mail trucks

Sixteen states sued the US Postal Service in an effort to block its plan to purchase 148,000 gas-guzzling mail trucks over the next decade. Sixteen...

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Judge’s refusal to let Elon Musk out of his SEC settlement notes the limits of his right to free speech

Elon Musk sued the SEC to get out of a 2018 settlement over an investigation into his tweet about having "funding secured" to take Tesla...

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Apple hires anti-union lawyers in escalating union fight

Bringing in Littler Mendelson signals the company’s plans to oppose retail workers unionizing with the Communications Workers of America. The firm...

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Google, Meta, and others will have to explain their algorithms under new EU legislation

The EU has finalized its Digital Services Act — a substantial piece of legislation designed to police the content of online platforms. The act...

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Single flaw made Android devices vulnerable to hacking since 2011: Report

MediaTek and Qualcomm, the two largest mobile chipset manufacturers in the world, used the ALAC audio coding in their widely distributed mobile...

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Watching TV from behind the wheel of a self-driving car to be allowed under UK law

Drivers in the UK will effectively be allowed to watch TV while behind the wheel of self-driving cars on its infotainment screen. The proposals are...

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California net neutrality law to remain intact after appeals court says it won’t reconsider earlier decision

A federal appeals court has denied a request for a rehearing on its January ruling that upheld a decision keeping California’s net neutrality law...

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Google gives Europe a ‘reject all’ button for tracking cookies after fines from watchdogs

Google is updating its cookie banners in Europe, giving users the option to reject all tracking cookies with a single click. Google was previously...

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Airbnb to sue host of Pittsburgh party where a shooting left two dead

After a shooting at a large house party in Pittsburgh left two teenagers dead and another eight people with gunshot wounds, Airbnb says it plans to...

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Tesla blames ‘turf war’ for overlapping investigations into racial bias at its factory

Tesla is asking a judge to delay a lawsuit filed by a California civil rights agency as it deals with another investigation into alleged racial bias...

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Judge orders Amazon to reinstate warehouse worker unlawfully fired over safety protests

Amazon has been ordered to reinstate the job of fired warehouse worker Gerald Bryson. Bryson was fired two years ago for his involvement in protests...

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Judge slashes Tesla’s payout to Black employee who alleged rampant racism

A judge slashed the amount awarded to a Black former Tesla employee who successfully sued the company for racial discrimination and harassment. A...

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California governor has been interfering in Activision Blizzard lawsuit

According to a report in Bloomberg, Gavin Newsom fired top DFEH counsel Janette Wipper after she tried to block the governor from interfering in the...

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