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A German court has ruled Apple’s practices when sharing user information violates their data use policies. The iPhone maker is now prohibited from asking for “global consent” to use customer data, including location.
A German court has ruled in favor of Microsoft in a patent infringement case against Google's Motorola Mobility unit.
A German court ruled on Thursday that Android-based Motorola mobile phones infringe on a Microsoft messaging patent by providing users an option to send longer texts in a batch of multiple messages.
In the escalating patent wars taking place throughout much of the tech industry, intellectual property rights have increasingly become tools of aggressive legal attacks against competitors rather than stimulators of innovation.
Gadget maker Samsung Electronics was disappointed with a German court today when a judge in Düsseldorf ruled that it was still not allowed to sell its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in that country due to the tablet design being too similar to Apple’s iPad.
HAMBURG, Germany, Dec. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Regional Court of Hamburg has upheld the imposition of fines in excess of 150,000 Euros against Rapidshare and its principals that the Court had imposed for violating the injunction it issued earlier this year.