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Court Instructs Craig Wright to Distribute Billions to Plaintiffs

</header> <strong>On August 26, the self-proclaimed Bitcoin inventor, Craig Wright, was ordered by Southern District Court of Florida to distribute half of his <a class=”lar-automated-link” href=”https://markets.bitcoin.com/crypto/BTC” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>BTC</a> holdings and intellectual property assets from prior to 2014. According to the Kleiman estate attorney Vel Freedman, the family has waited a long time for the …

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AT&T and FTC settle lawsuit over data throttling

Sponsored Links REUTERS/Brendan McDermid AT&T has reached a truce in an FTC lawsuit accusing it of deceptive data throttling practices. A newly published federal court ruling has revealed that the two parties reached a settlement on August 2nd, and requested a 90-day stay while the FTC reviewed and voted on the settlement. The terms of …

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Walmart sues Tesla after solar panels catch fire at stores

Sponsored Links AP Photo/ Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo So much for Tesla’s renewed solar power efforts getting off to a good start. Walmart has sued Tesla after rooftop solar panels on seven of the retailer’s stores caught fire, allegedly due to poor safety practices. Tesla supposedly didn’t ground its electrical and solar systems properly, according …

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YouTube sues user who extorted others through fake takedown requests

Sponsored Links SOPA Images via Getty Images A lawsuit filed by YouTube yesterday claims that a user abused its copyright infringement reporting system to extort fellow YouTubers and carry out a swatting attack. YouTube alleges that Christopher Brady, of Omaha, Nebraska, filed dozens of Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notices, which falsely claimed that …

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UK Judge Strikes Out Craig Wright’s Libel Lawsuit Against Roger Ver

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>According to documents from the U.K.’s High Court of Justice published on July 31, a judge has denied Craig Wright’s libel lawsuit against Roger Ver. Wright filed the charge against Ver when the early bitcoin investor told the public he believed Wright was a “liar and a fraud.” However, the court found …

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Consensys Inner Conflicts Spark Legal Action Against Founder

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Ethereum cofounder Joseph Lubin was recently summoned to court in New York when a former employee initiated a lawsuit for more than $13 million. According to the summons stemming from former Token Foundry CEO, Harrison Hines, relief was being sought for alleged unpaid profits, fraud, unjust enrichment, and breach of contract.</strong> Also …

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Google will pay $11 million to settle hundreds of age discrimination suits

Sponsored Links JHVEPhoto via Getty Images Following a long legal process that started in 2015, Google will pay out $11 million to settle 227 claims from people who believe they were wrongly denied a career at the company because of their age. The settlement agreement is still waiting for the approval of the judge overseeing …

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Cryptopia Suits Gather Steam as Another Failed Exchange Is Bound for Court

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>When cryptocurrency exchanges fail, a seismic shock shudders through the cryptosphere. With thousands of users, from traders to companies, left out of pocket, litigation is inevitable in a bid to claw back some of the losses. Cryptopia is the latest in a long line of exchanges to face a litany of lawsuits …

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‘Craig Is a Liar’ – Early Adopter Proves Ownership of Bitcoin Address Claimed by Craig Wright

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>On May 16, an unknown person posted a signed message to social media concerning a bitcoin address that was used as evidence in the ongoing Kleiman v. Wright lawsuit. According to the message, which is verified to be the rightful owner of the address used in the Florida lawsuit, the address never …

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Google will pay owners of faulty original Pixel phones up to $500

Sponsored Links Engadget A group of OG Pixel and Pixel XL owners filed a lawsuit against Google back in 2018 accusing the company of knowingly selling devices with faulty microphones. Now, the tech giant has agreed to settle the class-action complaint and will pay those customers up to $500. Some early adopters of the first …

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