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Fortnite creator Epic Games to fight Apple case with appeal
A judge didn’t brand Apple as a monopolist or require it to allow competing stores to offer apps for iPhones, iPads and iPods.
Instagram influencers must label paid adverts, says German court
Social media influencers who receive money from companies to promote products must clearly label such posts as adverts, Germany's federal court has ruled.
Police drag activists out of court in Poland
A group of pro-democracy activists in Poland entered the grounds of the country's constitutional court in an act of civil disobedience Monday, on the eve of an expected court ruling critical to the country's future relationship with the rest of the European Union
Nord Stream 2 pipeline must follow EU rules, says German court
The operator of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline has failed in its bid to be exempted from certain EU rules.
Austrian prosecutors charge first suspect over Vienna terror attack
Austrian officials have charged a 25-year-old Chechen man with terrorist offenses, linked to the Vienna attack in November.
Google fined €162,000 by Russia for failing to remove banned content
A Moscow court has fined Google for violating Russian rules on banned content and failing to delete illegal posts.
Polish appeals court dismisses complaint against Holocaust book
Judges stated that scholarly research should not be judged by the courts and overturned the ruling against the book's co-authors.
Facebook has mishandled hate speech content, says German court
A German federal court has criticised how Facebook has moderated hate speech content that violates their policies.
Northern Ireland bombing that killed 29 'could have been prevented'
A Northern Ireland judge has ruled that there was plausible evidence that authorities could have prevented the 1998 car bombing in Omagh.
US judge dismisses government antitrust lawsuits against Facebook
In a blow to regulators, a federal judge dismissed antitrust lawsuits saying they didn't provide enough evidence to prove Facebook was a monopoly.
Derek Chauvin to be sentenced over George Floyd's murder
The former Minneapolis police officer faces up to 40 years in prison for his conviction of second-degree unintentional murder.
Britney's speech drew public support - but it might not help legally
Lawyers say a process to ending Britney Spears' conservatorship would still be a long and arduous one.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
UN judges to rule on Mladic appeal against Bosnian war convictions
The verdict in Mladić's appeal case will effectively conclude UN prosecutions for crimes committed during the 1992-95 Bosnian War.
PIP breast implant victims should receive compensation, rules court
A French court has ruled that hundreds of victims of a breast implant scandal are entitled to compensation.
German billionaire declared dead three years after going missing
Karl-Erivan Haub was one of the richest men in the world as head of retail group Tengelmann.
Britain apologises for Ballymurphy massacre in Northern Ireland
Ten people, including a priest and a mother of eight children, were killed at the height of 'the Troubles' in 1971.
Verdict imminent for Americans accused of killing Italian policeman
Finnegan Lee Elder, 21, and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, 20, are accused of homicide after a scuffle in which an Italian police officer was stabbed to death near their hotel in Rome in summer 2019.
Italian court upholds €3.7m Viagogo fine for ticket touting
The Regional Administrative Court of Lazio has upheld a 2020 ruling brought by Italian Communications Regulatory Authority AGCOM fining Viagogo for listing tickets above face value.
George Floyd died of a lack of oxygen, says expert trial witness
Medical experts have emphatically denied Derek Chauvin's defence argument that George Floyd died as a result of drugs and underlying health problems.
Call for prison sentence as IKEA France accused of spying on employees
The French subsidiary of the Swedish furniture giant has been accused of spying on hundreds of employees, and a prosecutor has demanded a €2 million fine against the company.