For anyone who has ever lugged around an iPad, picking up the iPad Air will be an unnerving but rewarding experience
The National Security Agency's practice of collecting information about all telephone calls placed in, to and from the U.S. is lawful despite the potential civil liberties abuses inherent in such a "
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...K&L Gates’ TMT Law Watch Blog. Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility, Sprint Corp., T-Mobile and U.S...
...release from his office, Schneiderman sent letters to the CEOs of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, United States Cellular Corporation and Spring today...
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...Mobile, which has over 700 million subscribers (seven times as many as Verizon Wireless) and is the largest mobile network in the world, had been...
The Federal Trade Commission suggests to congress that the agency would make a good net neutrality cop
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Amid a languid recovery and threats to their business model, firm leaders now measure progress in small steps
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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