Courtrooms Going Wireless in £160m Attempt to Eradicate Paperwork

The next time you're hauled up in front of local magistrates for not paying your council tax or setting fire to your peanuts, the judges may be looking a little more distracted than usual thanks to plans to digitise the UK's courtrooms. Read More >>

Google's Motorola Patent Cash Cow Fails to Deliver

A judge has finished stroking his chin and thinking about a patent case regarding Motorola's claim for royalties from Microsoft, ruling that MS should pay Motorola just £1.8m a year -- a massive discount to the $4bn Motorola originally demanded. Read More >>

TVCatchup Does Break Copyright Rules -- Will Have to Ditch Channels to Continue

The ongoing legal case between some of the UK's big ad-funded TV networks and streaming site TVCatchup has come its latest conclusion, with the European court of Justice ruling that any streaming services must get permission from the original broadcaster to redistribute their feeds. And that's very unlikely to be granted. Read More >>

Apple-Shaming Public Apology Judge Now Works for... Samsung

The judge who came up with the bizarre idea of forcing Apple to apologise on the front page of its web site after a court battle with Samsung went wrong has a new job, working for... Samsung. Read More >>

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Stephen Fry on a Generation of Technophobic Judges

Stephen Fry is a fully-fledged geek. Now, in an interview with the BBC, he has lashed out at a generation of technophobic judges who don't understand the internet. Read More >>


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