The European Commission is backing away from claims that Apple Inc. is talking to the World Health Organization about developing vaccine passports, an argument that its president, Ursula von der Leyen, had used to encourage governments to take matters into their own hands.
California’s latest privacy law will require companies to establish data retention schedules, renegotiate agreements with third-party vendors, and create new procedures for managing sensitive personal information.
AT&T Inc. will offload its DirecTV operations in a deal with private equity firm TPG that values the business at about $16 billion, a fraction of what the telecom giant paid for the satellite-TV company in 2015.
Apple Inc. will escape some but not all legal claims brought by Corellium LLC, which alleges the tech giant hasn’t paid it for multiple submissions under Apple’s “Bug Bounty Program,” a federal court in Florida said Thursday.
Bankrate Inc., which runs a website focused on personal finances, secured its win Thursday against a lawsuit by rival BanxCorp., persuading the Third Circuit to reject claims that it monopolized the market for online rate tables linking to the services of mortgage lenders.
A Kroger Co. pharmacy customer has filed a proposed class action against Accellion Inc. in California federal court, alleging that the company negligently maintained the legacy file transfer product targeted in a recent data breach.