Google slams Oracle court code comparison
In court, Google claims Oracle edited a code comparison designed to prove the search firm illegally used Java code when creating Android.
CPS drops piracy case against 'scapegoat' teen
Middlesbrough Crown Court has dropped a case against a teenager for file sharing.
Courts approve Ciena/Nortel deal
Ciena’s bid for Nortel’s Optical Networking business has received court approval, but not before the companies made concessions.
IBM facing anti-competition inquiry
The US Justice Department has begun investigating alleged antitrust behaviour at IBM.
Pirate Bay founders denied retrial over judge ‘bias’
The Pirate Bay suffers a blow as it is ruled that the judge in charge of the original copyright case was not biased.
Old IT hurting courts, says report
The 20-year-old case management system is slowing down the courts, the National Audit Office has said.
CPS will not prosecute McKinnon in UK
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) will not prosecute Gary McKinnon in relation to allegations of computer misuse.
Timeline: Gary McKinnon on the brink of extradition
The full saga of hacker Gary McKinnon's fight to avoid extradition to the US.
Government to review security data collection
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said the government will look at ways to balance privacy with protection.
Terrorist suspects forced to hand over encryption keys
The police have the power to put you in jail if you don’t hand over encryption keys to the data they want.
Wi-Fi hotspots now in court
Courtrooms across the UK will be offering Wi-Fi access for solicitors as well as jurors and defendants.