News tagged with federal court

License to Tweet? UK may restrict posts from court

(AP) -- English courts may restrict the public's freedom to post Twitter updates from inside hearings to avoid the risk of prejudicing trials, the head of the judiciary in England and Wales said Monday.

Feb 07, 2011
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Court backs Uniloc in case against Microsoft

(AP) -- A federal appeals court reinstated a 2009 jury verdict Tuesday that Microsoft Corp. infringed on patents held by software maker Uniloc Inc., reversing a judge's decision to the contrary, but it also granted Microsoft ...

Jan 05, 2011
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Court asked to keep stem cell money flowing

(AP) -- The Obama administration is asking a federal appeals court to lift an order blocking federal funding for some stem cell research, a day after being turned down by the judge who issued the order.

Sep 08, 2010
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High court: Go ahead, search cop's sexy texting

(AP) -- The Supreme Court had a common-sense message Thursday for workers with cell phones and other gadgets provided by their employers: Use your own cell phone if you've got something to text that you don't want your boss ...

Jun 17, 2010
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Appeals court gives Dish a chance in TiVo case

(AP) -- A federal appeals court Friday granted Dish Network Corp. a full-court review of a ruling that threatened to force the satellite TV company to disable millions of its customers' digital video recorders because of ...

May 14, 2010
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FCC plans to move forward with broadband plan soon

(AP) -- The Federal Communications Commission said Thursday that it intends to move forward quickly with key recommendations in its national broadband plan - even though a federal appeals court this week undermined the agency's ...

Apr 08, 2010
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NY court revives Tiffany's false ad claim vs. eBay

(AP) -- EBay Inc. might be violating false-advertising laws if it does not warn consumers that some of the Tiffany products offered by sellers on its Web site are not authentic, a federal appeals court said Thursday.

Apr 01, 2010
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