EU hails Google's proposals in antitrust probe

The EU hailed on Tuesday proposals that Google has made after regulators launched an anti-trust probe into whether the Internet search giant had abused its dominant market position.

Internet 'trolls' face being named under new bill

Websites such as Facebook and Twitter will receive greater protection from lawsuits if they identify internet "trolls" accused of defaming others under a bill being debated in Britain's House of Commons on Tuesday.

India court petition against Facebook and Google

An Indian court on Wednesday asked Facebook, Google and other Internet firms to respond to a private petition over allegations of being a threat to national security and withholding tax.

Microsoft dropped from Indian obscenity case

An Indian court on Monday threw out proceedings against Internet giant Microsoft, which had been named in a lawsuit against more than 20 companies alleged to have hosted offensive content.

India may probe complaint against Apple: official

India may investigate a complaint against Apple after allegations the U.S. computer giant violated local competition laws, an antitrust agency official told Dow Jones Newswires Wednesday.

Jurors fail to understand rape victims

Rape trial juries need better guidance in the courtroom -- and a better understanding of rape victims -- to help them reach their verdict.