Twitter threatens to sue Meta: ‘Competition is fine, cheating is not’
Twitter is threatening legal action against Threads from Meta. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, received a letter yesterday from Twitter accusing him of violating intellectual rights.
Yesterday, the social media platform Threads took off. This is a new application from Meta that originated as a Tw... Read more
New CCPL initiatives support good-faith security research
The Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law, an Infosec think tank, has announced two new initiatives aimed at creating a more favorable legal, policy and business environment for good-faith security research and vulnerability disclosure.
The first initiative is the Hacking Policy Council, a new... Read more
Dell Technologies wants to pay $1 billion to settle 2018 lawsuit
The lawsuit alleges that Dell Technologies "shortchanged" its shareholders.
This week, Dell agreed to pay shareholders $1 billion to settle claims of improperly informing them in 2016, when the company used their shares to finance its $67 billion purchase of EMC. The financing of the acquisition... Read more
Oracle faces mass claim over alleged privacy violations
Oracle faces a mass claim in a Californian court. According to the plaintiffs, Oracle violates the privacy of billions of Internet users worldwide. The claim is based on violations of federal, state, antitrust and common laws in the United States.
The mass claim was filed on behalf of a large p... Read more