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 what promises to be a great precedent, two Yemeni men have appealed to a German court, saying that US drones, which took off from a German air-base operated by the US, killed their family members in Yemen, and that Germany should be held responsible to a large extent for this.
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 stiff upper lip of Swiss banking has turned pale under American pressure. Charged with aiding American tax payers hide their income through private, numbered accounts, Zurich’s oldest private bank Rahn+Bodmer (R+B) has agreed to a $22 million settlement.
A California federal judge has rejected a lawsuit that alleged data of Walmart Inc customers had been compromised. The rejection came on a technical ground, when the judge found that California's privacy laws cannot be applied retroactively.
Russia is witnessing a new protest format, with people coming out of their residences and shining their cell phone flashlights in a display of solidarity. This format was seen in support of imprisone...