On April 5 the United States Supreme Court finally gave its verdict on the biggest copyright dispute of this century. The court overturned the 2018 decision of the Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit.
In a latest development, under the new bankruptcy plan the Sackler's family that owns Purdue Pharma, has agreed to pay around $4.3 billion over the next decade to resolve various civil claims linked to the deadly opioid epidemic.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued notice on a PIL seeking directions to the Centre to have a mechanism to track total GST paid on the OIDAR (Online Information and Database Access or Retrieval Services) services used by Non-Taxable Online Indian recipients under reverse charge basis.
With WhatsApp and Twitter’s questionable policies, there is a likelihood of customers shifting to block chain technology. This is used in Bitcoins and could give better privacy protection due to its encryption technology.
A petitioner from Bangalore said that the pictures she has posted on Instagram and Facebook have been illegally lifted and placed by two respondents on a pornographic website, with derogatory captions.
Thanks to the pandemic, Big Tech has emerged with huge profits and enormous clout over individuals and governments, including sanctions against the president of the most powerful country in the world. Have the Big Five collectively become the new superpower?