Billion-Dollar Giant Apple is Sad About Ebook Anti-Trust Lawyer's Legal Fees

Apple's not happy with the US legal system, claiming that the $1,100 (£670) hourly fee charged by a court-appointed specialist in its ebook price-fixing case is a bit on the high side. He's only being given the equivalent of a 32GB iPhone 5S every hour, though. Read More >>

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Apple Has Been Denied a Permanent Sales Ban on the Samsung Phones and Tablets That Infringed on Apple's Patents

Though Apple won a fresh billion dollars in the US patent infringement case that saw Samsung basically lose everything, Apple won't be able to kill Samsung products dead. Judge Lucy Koh, the federal judge that presided over Apple v. Samsung, has denied Apple a permanent injunction against Samsung. Samsung can still sell the products that infringed on Apple's patents. Read More >>

Anti-Piracy Law Firm to Shame Vicars, the Police and Arab Embassies

German law firm Urmann is about to publicly shame those it believes are guilty of piracy, with the personal details of offenders set to be published on its web site from September 1st. Read More >>

One of The Pirate Bay Founders Takes His Case to The European Court

After being found guilty of copyright infringement and denied the chance to stand before Sweden’s Supreme Court, one of the founders of the Pirate Bay, Fredrik Neij, is taking his case to the European court with the belief that the Pirate Bay is protected by the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights. Read More >>

The Shit Tablet Apple Thinks Samsung Must Make

This image shows Apple lawyers' wet dream for a Samsung tablet. It demonstrates one thing: the Apple lawyers who described it are imbeciles and/or clueless mischievous snakes. Just as much as Samsung's product people are unimaginative shameless cloning bastards. Read More >>


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