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|July 8, 2010 FindLaw.com Modern Practice Newsletter |
Table of Contents
- FTC Settles Twitter Privacy Charges
- EU looking carefully at Google allegations
- Germany takes legal steps against Facebook
- 'Climategate' inquiry mostly vindicates scientists
- 2nd judge rescinds newspaper story purge orders
- NC Legislature passes ban on Internet sweepstakes
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- Curing the iPhone 'Death Grip': Your LiveStrong Bracelet?
- Lawsuit seeks arbitration in Microsoft case
- CNN fires Middle Eastern editor over tweet
- LaHood criticizes driver distraction lobbying push
- NH gov signs bill on emergency phone warnings
FTC SETTLES TWITTER PRIVACY CHARGES
(Eric Sinrod) - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has settled with Twitter with respect to charges that during the first half of 2009 a hacker used an automated password-guessing tool to gain administrative control of Twitter, enabling the sending of phony tweets. Read more...
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GERMANY TAKES LEGAL STEPS AGAINST FACEBOOK
(AP) - A German data protection official said Wednesday he launched legal proceedings against Facebook, which he accused of illegally accessing and saving personal data of people who don't use the social networking site. Read more...
LAWSUIT SEEKS ARBITRATION IN MICROSOFT CASE
(AP) - Attorneys representing 23 states involved in a class-action lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. have filed a lawsuit over attorney fees against the Iowa lawyer who spearheaded a $179.5 million settlement with the software company. Read more...
CNN FIRES MIDDLE EASTERN EDITOR OVER TWEET
(AP) - CNN has fired an editor responsible for Middle Eastern coverage after she posted a note on Twitter expressing admiration for a late Lebanese cleric considered an inspiration for the Hezbollah militant movement. Read more...
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