Carter Holland

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HP Sues Advanced Digital Solutions for Selling Counterfeit Products

Advanced Digital Solutions, Inc. (ADSI) faced a trademark infringement suit after allegedly marketing counterfeit Hewlett-Packard products. The company was accused of falsely labeling itself as an HP partner and using the company’s marks to sell...

Tech CEOs Face Congressional Hearing over Anticompetitive Behavior

On Wednesday, lawmakers questioned four tech CEOs about the market power of their companies. The nearly six-hour hearing was conducted by the House Judiciary Committee as part of an investigation into the potential anticompetitive behavior...

Xerox Sued over Defunct Shared Printing System

Xerox Corporation is facing a patent infringement lawsuit over its alleged appropriation of a shared data output system. The accused devices are those implementing Xerox Secure Access, a “unified ID system” that allows authenticated users...

FCC Issues $2.8 Million Fine Against Drone Manufacturer

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday imposed a fine against HobbyKing for offering drone transmission devices that did not follow the agency’s licensing rules. HobbyKing was fined $2,861,128 after “n FCC investigation found that...

FCC Begins Auction of 5G Priority Access Licenses

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced Thursday that it will begin auctioning licenses for a mid-band spectrum suitable for 5G service. Priority Access Licenses (PALs) in the 3550-3650 MHz band offered by the auction will...

DOJ Charges Chinese Hackers with Trying to Steal COVID Research

Two hackers were charged with hacking into hundreds of individual and company systems, both in the United States and abroad, the Department of Justice announced Tuesday. The perpetrators, both Chinese nationals, allegedly acted “for the...