Apple is one of eight companies that have been named in another class-action lawsuit filed over the use of Carrier IQ software in mobile handsets.
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Software vendor Carrier IQ has withdrawn its threat to sue a security researcher for saying that its software helps phone companies surreptitiously track users of many popular mobile phones.
The recently introduced Stop Online Privacy Act has ignited a firestorm of protest from numerous quarters. Many of those opposed to the bill see in it a cynical attempt by the entertainment industry to impose a sort of Internet censorship regime. <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9221916/Stop_Online_Piracy_sponsors_defend_the_copyright_bill">Supporters downplay that criticism</a> and say the bill is needed to counter the theft of hundreds of billions of dollars worth of U.S. IP annually. Here's what the big fight is all about.
A coalition of technology trade groups today joined the growing chorus of voices opposing a recently filed <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9221232/New_bill_would_target_websites_enabling_copyright_infringement">anti-piracy bill</a> that they contend is far too heavy-handed.
Whistleblower Web site Wikileaks today announced that it has temporarily suspended operations due to financial constraints.
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