BBC to publish "Right To Be Forgotten" links
Broadcaster wants to remind readers of stories hidden by “Right to be Forgotten” rule
Apple can trademark store layouts, rules EU
Copycat retailers may be forced to change shop layouts
Apple & Google settle long-running patent war
Apple and Google call ceasefire over tech giant courtroom battles
Cabinet Office rapped for slow FOI response times
Government department blames uptick in requests caused by Jimmy Saville and Margaret Thatcher for delays
Offensive tweeters may be spared from prosecution
But users could still be prosecuted for retweeting some messages, the director of public prosecutions has warned.
CPS confirms Gary McKinnon will not face charges in the UK
Ruling brings hacker's decade-long legal ordeal to an end.
Apple-Samsung return to court over $1.05bn patent ruling
Smartphone giants' patent battle rumbles on, as questions over ruling payments emerge.
Dutch and US judges disagree over Samsung-Apple patent
US trade panel claims Samsung has infringed on Apple patents, but a Dutch court has ruled differently.
Court lifts Samsung Galaxy US sales ban
Despite Apple's best efforts, the consumer electronics giant can start selling its flagship tablet device in the US again.
Oracle to appeal SAP copyright damages
Software giant to appeal jury's verdict, as long-running legal feud with rival continues.
LulzSec hackers plead guilty to DDoS attack charges
Pair admit staging attacks on high-profile websites, but deny other charges.
Huawei accused of race discrimination by Brit
A former Huawei worker claims he lost his job because Huawei is favouring Chinese workers.
Samsung lawsuit targets iPhone 4S with ban
The legal war between Apple and Samsung escalates, as the Korean company tries to get the freshly announced iPhone 4S banned.
Apple vs. Samsung: Android 3 does not violate patents
A judge rules Samsung Galaxy phones will have to stop selling via The Netherlands, but Android 3 might come to the rescue.
BT told to block Newzbin 2
The High Court says BT has to block the website, as MPA claims a victory against pirates.
Microsoft claims Google lied about Apps security
Google is accused of lying about security certification of Apps for Government, as Microsoft says court documents prove its rival was dishonest.
BT and Phorm escape CPS prosecution
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) confirms no further action will be taken against Phorm and trial system user BT.
MediaCAT deletes BT data as DEA review starts
With BT making its case in the DEA review, the firm says customer data held by anti-piracy porn licensee MediaCAT is deleted.
Judge rules ACS:Law cases to continue
The cases will continue, as claimants are given a timeframe in which to make applications in the case or discontinue the cases properly
Lord Chief Justice allows Twitter in court
Tweeting from the court room will become usual practice, thanks to the Lord Chief Justice.
Nokia vs Apple: Patent war escalates
Nokia files 13 new patents against Apple, four of them in the UK.
Total Twitter court ban not ‘feasible’
A lawyer says a total ban on Twitter in court is not feasible.
Pirate Bay founders see appeal rejected
The Pirate Bay founders may have had their jail sentences reduced, but their fines have gone up.