Lawyers say the mounting tally shows the problems of a legal system trying to regulate 21st century communications with 20th century laws.
The British case is just one of several in Apple and Samsung’s international copyright battle, which has raged across Europe and the United States.
Military who contact ‘WikiLeaks supporters’ can be charged with ‘communicating with the enemy’
Boy ditches mom at shopping mall, tricks airport security
Detective work at the stroke of a key is clearly attractive to spy agencies.
Campaigners are calling for the product to be taken off shelves, but the company says the sponges have been a huge success
UK to monitor Internet activity - The Telegraph
The legislation would enable it to trace people individuals or groups are in contact with, and how often and for how long they are in communication.
Harry’s broomstick and Hermione’s cloak are just some of the items fans will see
50 clinics found to be breaking the law by pre-signing abortion consent forms
They’re bringing it all back with hopes for a new album and a Greatest Hits
The court was told that Mangham had obtained the information after hacking into the account of a Facebook employee while the staff member was on vacation.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn fined by UK Financial Services Authority
UK moviegoers infuriated by own ignorance
Teachers are being pushed to brand thousands of children as racist or homophobic in a permanent database run by Great Britain’s Department for Education
Testing underway on solar powered cart charging
A UK teen faces embarrassing ridicule from teachers and classmates after she yawns in class and can’t close her mouth
No cars in EU cities by 2050 - The Telegraph
European Commission unveils plan to ban all cars from European cities by 2050
Released documents show Brits are not worried about extraterrestrial attack
Local government officials have confiscated ice cream made with human breast milk