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Facebook Succeeds in Blocking German FCO’s Privacy-Minded Order Against Combining User...

TechCrunch reports: "Facebook has succeeded in blocking a pioneering order by Germany’s Federal Cartel Office earlier this year that would have banned it from...

DOJ Consent Decree Review Moving Fast, Reviewing Hundreds of Comments From...

Billboard reports: "By the end of this year, performing rights organizations could find themselves with the most negotiating power they have had since 1941...

Women Against Riot Games Lawsuit Reaches Preliminary Settlement

Forbes reports: "The class action lawsuit filed against Riot Games over gender discrimination has reached "an agreement in principle," according to a news post on...

EU Antitrust Regulators Have Facebook’s Libra Currency in Their Sights

The Verge reports: "European Union antitrust regulators have begun conducting a preliminary investigation into Facebook’s plans to launch a digital currency, according to a...

Apple is suing Corellium

TechCrunch reports: "Apple is suing virtualization software company Corellium, according to documents filed today in Florida. Corellium allows customers to create and interact with...

Epic Games Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Fortnite Data Breach

gamesindustry.biz reports: "A class-action lawsuit is forming against Epic Games following a breach that exposed the personal data of Fortnite players at the end...

Texas Joins Growing List of AGs Looking to Block T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

TechCrunch reports: "Late last week, the DOJ green lit T-Mobile and Sprint’s $26 billion deal to become nation’s number three carrier. The deal isn’t...

Major Broadcasters Sue TV Streaming Nonprofit Locast

Variety reports: "The 4 major broadcast networks have filed a lawsuit against Locast, a New York-based nonprofit that streams local broadcast programming over the internet. In...

New Bill Would Ban Autoplay Videos and Endless Scrolling

The Verge reports: "Snapstreaks, YouTube autoplay, and endless scrolling are all coming under fire from a new bill, which is sponsored by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO),...

Europe’s Top Court Sharpens Guidance for Sites Using Leaky Social Plug-Ins

TechCrunch reports: "Europe’s top court has made a ruling that could affect scores of websites that embed the Facebook ‘Like’ button and receive visitors...