You may remember that in April of 2012, a 17-year-old from the Anhui province in China sold one of his kidneys for ¥22,000 (roughly $3,400). The teen, who goes under the surname Wang, claimed he sold his kidney because he wanted an Apple iPad 2, but could not afford it.

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Apparently the seizing of assets of internet mogul Kim Dotcom was unwarranted. A New Zealand judge has claimed the seizing of Kim Dotcom’s assets by the police null and void. Kim Dotcom is embroiled in the court case against his website Megaupload

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Legitimate users of Megaupload are planning to sue the FBI. The users of Megaupload say that their non-pirated files were also erased by the FBI. The Pirate Party and EFF are also behind the Megaupload users.

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Brand protection is always something that large companies invest in, so it should come to no surprise to us that Microsoft is engaging in legal proceedings against Russian businessman Dmitry Shapovalov over “using the Windows trademark” in the domain name Windows.ru. The domain — registered in October of 1998 and paid off until 2012, according to Whois — is privately registered and paid off until the November 1st, 2012. The Moscow Commercial Court will hear the lawsuit on April 11th.

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An epic run down of the Impulse patents that Microsoft has been sued for and Microsoft’s patent portfolio regarding body and gesture tracking.

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Lawsuits war between Apple and Samsung has been going from long. Apple filed suit against Samsung in April, claiming the Samsung Galaxy line too closely imitated the look and feel of its iOS devices. Samsung then fired back at Apple, filing 10 different patent infringement claims against Apple over the iPhone and the iPad. Samsung’s lawyers in May demanded that they wanted to see Apple’s future products. Court Order yesterday refused that demand denying Samsung preview of iPad 3 and iPhone 5.

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HP has sued Oracle in a California court over stopping development of Oracle on Itanium based platforms citing legal agreements and unfair practices.

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Geohot Raps To Sony’s PlayStation 3 Lawsuit

Up until now, Geohot has been known as a very talented hacker who unlocked the iDevices from Apple and hacked the PlayStation 3. He has now come up with a rap against the lawsuit from Sony.

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Google just announced an agreement to give away millions of dollars because of a class action suit that resulted when they released their Google Buzz social network. Who’s getting rich off this deal?

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Oracle is playing a dirty game here as it knows that the API libraries that Android uses forms a decisive part (1/3rd) of it’s code and that Google has no other option but to comply.

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Zynga games is being sued by a Facebook user who is really angry that Farmville leaked his personal info. See image for rhetorical arguments.

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The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) filed 8 lawsuits against illegal sellers of Adobe Systems software. The lawsuits involved sellers on eBay and other websites who sold Adobe OEM software illegally.

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Microsoft has sued Motorola for certain Android related patent infringements. The features in question include email and calendar sync and battery notifications.

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HP and Oracle who had a bitter public showoff when HP filed a lawsuit against former CEO Mark Hurd when he joined Oracle have decided to bury the hatchet and continue with their partnership.

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HP Sued Mark Hurd for joining Oracle for trade secrets. Oracle responds back and says it will be difficult doing business with HP because of the lawsuit.

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