Judge says Amazon won’t have to restore Parler web service Parler Amazon judge Social Media Donald Trump- Tempemail

Amazon won’t be forced to restore web service to Parler after a federal judge ruled Thursday against a plea to reinstate the fast-growing social media app favored by followers of former President Donald Trump U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein in Seattle said she wasn’t dismissing Parler’s “substantive underlying claims” against Continue Reading

Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse quits Twitter ‘after being abused by trolls’- Tempemail

Mabuse’s decision comes after she was reportedly abused by trolls over the weekend. “I’ve decided to leave Twitter!! It’s been fun but I truly think with Instagram, Facebook and TikTok… it’s enough social media,” she wrote. “Please keep up my #strictlykindess hashtag!! You know where to find me.” Mabuse appears Continue Reading

TikTok: US judge set to rule on ban preventing new downloads of app | Technology

A US judge is expected to rule on Sunday whether to allow a Trump administration ban on downloads of the popular video-sharing app TikTok, which is seeking an injunction to prevent what it said could be a devastating blow. The US district court judge Carl Nichols has promised to consider Continue Reading

Judge blocks Trump bid to remove WeChat from stores over China fears | Social media- Tempemail

A US judge has blocked the Trump administration from requiring Apple and Google to remove Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat for downloads by late on Sunday. US magistrate judge Laurel Beeler in San Francisco said in an order that WeChat users who filed a lawsuit “have shown serious questions going to Continue Reading

Judge grants Uber and Lyft temporary stay, averting shutdown of California services | Lyft

A California judge has granted Uber and Lyft a temporary stay, heading off a shutdown by the two platforms at the last minute in an ongoing case that would require the ride-hailing giants to classify drivers as employees. Lyft and Uber have been awaiting a landmark decision from a court Continue Reading

Uber and Lyft must classify drivers as employees, judge rules, in blow to gig economy | Uber

A California judge has issued a preliminary injunction that would block Uber and Lyft from classifying their drivers as independent contractors rather than employees. The move on Monday came in response to a May lawsuit filed by the state of California against the companies, which alleged they are misclassifying their Continue Reading

US judge blocks Twitter’s bid to reveal government surveillance requests – Networking – Security- Tempemail

Twitter Inc will not be able to reveal surveillance requests it received from the US government after a federal judge accepted government arguments that this was likely to harm national security after a near six-year long legal battle. The social media company had sued the US Department of Justice in Continue Reading

People opened up because I’m the Beavis and Butt-head guy’: Mike Judge on his new funk direction | Television & radio

Few writer-directors have been as consistent and ruthless at capturing the moment as Mike Judge, although he never actually intends to do so. “It’s always a shock when something comes out and it feels so relevant,” he says, in his laconic surfer-dude tone, talking to me by phone from his Continue Reading

US judge says Amazon likely to succeed on key argument in JEDI challenge – Finance – Strategy – Cloud – Networking- Tempemail

A US judge said Amazon.com Inc is likely to succeed on a key argument of its challenge to the US Department of Defense’s decision to award cloud computing deal worth up to $US10 billion to Microsoft Corp. The opinion by US Court of Federal Claims Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith was unsealed Continue Reading

US judge rejects Huawei challenge to federal law restricting its business – Telco/ISP- Tempemail

A federal judge in Texas on Tuesday rejected Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei’s constitutional challenge to a US law that restricted its ability to do business with federal agencies and their contractors. In a 57-page decision, US District Judge Amos Mazzant ruled in favour of the United States, concluding that Continue Reading