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At its heart, the legal spat between Apple and 'Fortnite' maker Epic Games is about whether or not the iPhone is a computer

Epic Games Apple and "Fortnite" maker Epic Games are fighting in court over how the App Store works. Lawyers for the two companies presented their opening remarks on Monday, which laid out their cases. At the heart of the fight is a fundamental disagreement on whether or not the iPhone is a computer. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple and "Fortnite" maker Epic Games just kicked off a legal battle that could have major implications for the future of the App Store...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Gaming, Video Games, Law, Trends, Epic, Tim Cook, App Store, Sundar Pichai, Epic Games, Moore, Forrest, Tim Sweeney


Apple and the maker of 'Fortnite' are facing off in an epic legal battle. Here's what the companies are fighting about and what to expect in the courtroom.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, left, and Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney, right. Apple/Rachel Luna/Stringer "Fortnite" maker Epic Games is suing Apple, and the court proceedings start this week in California. Epic says Apple's App Store is a monopoly. Apple says Epic broke its developer contract. As a result of the legal spat, "Fortnite" was kicked off Apple's iPhone and iPad last year. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple and the maker of "Fortnite" are going to battle in...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Gaming, Facebook, Spotify, Microsoft, Video Games, Entertainment, Law, California, Trends, Smartphones, Epic, Tim Cook


Read the 2 a.m. declaration of war Apple CEO Tim Cook got from the billionaire CEO behind 'Fortnite' before the companies head to court this week

Apple CEO Tim Cook in Austin, Texas, on November 20, 2019. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images The upcoming legal battle between Apple and the maker of "Fortnite" was sparked by a 2 a.m. email. Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney sent a 2 a.m. email on August 13 to Apple CEO Tim Cook and other execs. "Epic will no longer adhere to Apple's payment processing restrictions," Sweeney said. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple and "Fortnite" maker Epic Games are going to court...
Tags: Apple, Google, Gaming, Cook, Video Games, Entertainment, Law, Trends, Epic, Tim Cook, Lawsuits, App Store, Epic Games, Apple App Store, Unreal Engine, Sweeney


New iPad Pro for Legal Bloggers

Apple did its first product launch of the year, this week. To fully appreciate the show you needed an eighty-inch monitor and your yellow lab and golden retriever along side. Only the golden retriever watches television. Though Tim Cook and Apple do a heck of a show launching new products, I was most interested in the new iPad Pro. Other than my iPhone, I use an iPad Pro for all of my blogging. I do all of my work on my iPad and iPhone. I have an iMac on the side of my desk but I do...
Tags: Apple, Law, Uncategorized, Tim Cook, Apple Magic Mouse, Apple Bluetooth


More than 70 top Black business leaders are reportedly urging US companies to fight against Republican voting laws

Kenneth Chenault speaks onstage in 2018 and Merck CEO, Kenneth Frazier, speaks at a briefing on the production of the Covid-19 vaccine in 2021 Earl Gibson III/WireImage/MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images 72 Black executives are urging US companies to speak out about new voting laws, the NYT reports. They claim the new bill, being advanced by Republicans, could restrict the rights of Black voters. Former American Express CEO, Kenneth Chenault and Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier are in charge of the...
Tags: Apple, Business, Politics, Cook, Voting, Law, US, America, Trends, Georgia, Merck, Joe Biden, Cnn, Companies, Delta Airlines, Tim Cook


Algorithmic Driven Publishing May Not Be Enough for Legal Blog Aggregation and Curation

Hearing what Apple CEO, Tim Cook had to say in a recent speech in Brussels marking International Data Privacy Day has me rethinking the delivery of journalism via algorithms – particularly legal journalism, which is primarily blogging today. “Too many are still asking the question, ‘How much can we get away with?’ When they need to be asking, ‘What are the consequences?’ What are the consequences of prioritizing conspiracy theories and violent incitement simply because of the high rates ...
Tags: Apple, Law, Uncategorized, Tim Cook, Brussels, Apple News, Facebook Twitter


'Fortnite' maker Epic Games is getting help from another deep-pocketed tech giant in its ongoing legal fight with Apple: Facebook is joining the fray

Apple CEO Tim Cook, left, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, right. AP; Francois Mori/AP Facebook is throwing its support behind "Fortnite" maker Epic Games in its ongoing legal spat with Apple, the company announced this week. "Facebook is committed to providing relevant information in the Epic Games litigation regarding how Apple's policies have adversely impacted Facebook and the people and businesses who use our services," Facebook said. On August 13, the wildly popular game "Fortnite" ...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Lawsuit, Video Games, Entertainment, Law, Trends, Ap, Epic, Tim Cook, Lawsuits, App Store


"And you can understand why [Tim] Cook was surprised to learn that his company was making a show about Gawker."

"The site represented a particular irritant to Apple. The most famous incident came in 2010, when Gizmodo got its hands on a prototype of the iPhone 4. Steve Jobs pleaded to get it back, police close to the company raided an editor’s house, and Gawker reveled in the chaos. But Mr. Cook also has a personal grievance with the site, which in 2008 responded to a glowing article about the low-profile executive by floating the rumor that he was gay. (Other coverage had used euphemistic expressions lik...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Cook, Law, Steve Jobs, Censorship, America, Homosexuality, Tim Cook, Gizmodo, Gawker, Tate, Ann Althouse, Ryan Tate


"Scientists have long theorized about a hypothetical 'most excruciating dinner party possible,' and now a potential breakthrough has been made: In October..."

"Mark Zuckerberg, Peter Thiel, and Donald Trump had dinner in Washington, D.C. NBC News confirmed the existence of the dinner, which neither Facebook nor the White House had announced," Max Read writes in "How Should You Feel About Mark Zuckerberg’s Dinner Date With Peter Thiel and Donald Trump?" (NY Magazine).Not only is it normal for the CEO and a powerful board member of a major U.S. company to have dinner with the president, it’s normal for Zuckerberg to have dinner with right-wing pundits a...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Texas, Cook, Nbc, Law, Washington, White House, Nbc News, Tim Cook, Cell Phones, Peter Thiel, Donald Trump, Zuckerberg, Trump


Thursday round-up

At Bloomberg Law (subscription or registration required), Mark Gurman reports that “Apple Inc. executives Tim Cook and Deirdre O’Brien waded into the battle over Dreamers, filing a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.” At Axios, Mike Allen and others report that “[t]he brief is a passionate defense of the Dreamers, or those protected from deportation by an order established during the Obama administration, which the Trump administratio...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Obama, Court, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Ryan Anderson, Vox, Mark Gurman, Apple Inc, Trump, Round-up, Flint, Martin, U S Supreme Court, Boise


"But in Hollywood, Apple must hone its identity and reputation in an entertainment market crowded with competitors, from Netflix and Hulu to HBO and Disney."

"It’s using its deep pockets to buy itself a name in Hollywood. Apple is paying Witherspoon and Aniston about $1.1 million an episode each, according to a Hollywood executive with knowledge of Apple’s plans.... Apple has been trying to shed the notion that it is different because it hails from Silicon Valley. Hollywood is programmed to be skeptical of outsiders who don’t understand the intricacies of filmmaking.... Still, Apple has no Hollywood track record, and people who have inked deals with ...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, TV, Hollywood, Law, Reese Witherspoon, Disney, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, Tim Cook, Hulu, WaPo, Aniston, Silicon Valley Hollywood, Witherspoon, Ann Althouse


Apple ad focuses on iPhone’s most marketable feature — privacy

Apple is airing a new ad spot focused on privacy today in primetime. The spot is visually cued, with no dialog and a simple tagline: Privacy. That’s iPhone. In a series of humorous vignettes, the message is driven home that sometimes you just want a little privacy. The spot has only one line of text otherwise, and it’s in keeping with Apple’s messaging on privacy over the long and short term. “If privacy matters in your life, it should matter to the phone your life is on.” The spot will air t...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Human Rights, Privacy, Identity Management, Law, US, Tech, Ceo, United States, Digital Media, Tim Cook, Computing


The Real Immigration Problem

ICE had to simply drop off newly minted immigrants to a bus stop. Immigration officials dropped off about 50 more undocumented migrants, mostly from Central America, Friday morning at a Greyhound bus station near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, where they were left to fend for themselves as overwhelmed volunteers sought help for them. [ … ] Since Dec. 21, according to the data, ICE has released 84,500 migrant family members. Of that, 14,500 have been released in the Phoenix area, 37,50...
Tags: Apple, Texas, White House, Immigration, America, Walmart, Military, United States, Tim Cook, San Diego, Wall Street Journal, Central America, Lindsey Graham, Trump, El Paso, Phoenix


Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Recent Headlines in the IP World: Kyle Jahner: Drugmakers Head to High Court for Clarity on Patent-Sale Timing (Source: Bloomberg Law) Sara Salinas: Apple CEO Tim Cook Rips into Qualcomm, Leaves Little Chance of a Settlement in Patent Dispute (Source: CNBC) Jeff John Roberts: IBM Tops 2018 Patent List as A.I. and Quantum Computing Gain Prominence (Source: Fortune) Arif Bacchus: Lenovo Patent Application Hints at a Future Laptop with a Flexible, Folding OLED Display (Source: Digital Trends) ...
Tags: Law, New York Times, Tim Cook, Uspto, Ibm, Lenovo, Patent, Cnbc, Jeff John Roberts, Sui Lee Wee, Christopher J Walker, Keith Bradsher, Bits and Bytes, Juvan Bonni, Kyle Jahner, Bloomberg Law Sara Salinas


WIRTW #531 (the “Mexico” edition)

Last night, I got to watch my daughter hit a home run, on stage at The Beachland Tavern, singing "Mexico" with decker. (You can read the backstory of how this all came together here.) Huge thanks to Brandon Decker, for reaching out and offering to share his stage with Norah. Here's what I read this week: Discrimination "Sexual Harassment Defense Industrial Complex"? Gimme a break. — via Robin Shea's Employment & Labor Insider A “Watershed Moment”: EEOC Roadmap To Preventing Sexual Harassment an...
Tags: Google, Law, Mexico, Tim Cook, Ada, Robin Shea, Eric Meyer, Gim, Ragan, Jon Hyman, Norah, Beachland Tavern, Marc Alifanz, Dennis Westlind, Brandon Decker, Emplawyerologist Technology Microsoft


Apple News a model for news and commenatry from legal blogs

Apple News, unlike Facebook and Google which use AI and algorithms to curate the news for readers, does things the old fashioned way – with humans selecting the news. If you’ve been following along, you know that LexBlog is creating the largest legal news and commentary network by curating the valuable contributions of legal bloggers, worldwide.  Right now, we’re featuring stories on the “front page,” changing things out a couple times a day. Channel pages are created dynamically. We have ple...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Publishing, New York, London, Law, Australia, Washington Post, Harvard University, New York Times, Tim Cook, Cupertino, East Coast, Justice Department, Lexblog


A "Duty" to Minimize Taxes?

Assistant Professor Daniel Hemel on the “duty” of CEOs to minimize corporate taxes: CNBC’s Jim Cramer came to the defense of Apple CEO Tim Cook yesterday, arguing that Apple’s CEO has a duty to minimize the company’s corporate tax liabilities. Cramer said on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street”: “One of the things I did take seriously when I was in law school was taxes. The main thing you learn is that tax avoidance is everybody’s . . . duty. You’re supposed to try to avoid.” Cramer graduated fr...
Tags: Apple, Law, California, Court, Tim Cook, Ohio, Dodge, Seinfeld, Delaware, Cnbc, Sutherland, Gregory, Adams, Harvard Law School, Potter, Hughes


Europe is drawing fresh battle lines around the ethics of big data

It’s been just over four months since Europe’s tough new privacy framework came into force. You might believe that little of substance has changed for big tech’s data-hungry smooth operators since then — beyond firing out a wave of privacy policy update spam, and putting up a fresh cluster of consent pop-ups that are just as aggressively keen for your data. But don’t be fooled. This is the calm before the storm, according to the European Union’s data protection supervisor, Giovanni Buttarelli...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Security, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, UK, Cook, Privacy, Social Networks, Law, Congress, California, Washington, Germany


Why workers’ right don’t matter in Silicon Valley | John Naughton

The leaders of the world’s biggest technology companies are liberal on social issues and trade, but anti-union and anti-regulationOne of the stranger sights of June was watching the titans of Silicon Valley meekly obeying Trump’s summons to a tech summit (dubbed his American Technology Council) at the White House. Those attending included Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Safra Catz of Oracle, Tim Cook of Apple, John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins (the venture-capital firm), Brian Krzanich of Intel, Tom Leighton ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Politics, Technology, Microsoft, Internet, White House, Tesla, Society, Intel, US politics, Trade unions, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Employment law, US unions


Weekend Roundup: Europe May Break The Brexit-Trump Momentum This Year

After Brexit and the victory of U.S. President Donald Trump, the widespread expectation is that continental Europe will follow suit and bring populists into power in upcoming elections there this year. Yet one repercussion of the early days of the Trump presidency is that Europeans can now see clearly the kind of ugly incivility, volatility and chaos that will result if they go down that path. The memory of Europeans also remains closer to the devastation their continent experienced in the 20th...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Asia, South Korea, Europe, News, Law, Ebay, Mexico, White House, China, Germany, Russia, Berlin, America, Eu


Narrative versus Fact – the ‘asymmetric information warfare’

NevilleHobson.com Narrative versus Fact – the ‘asymmetric information warfare’ In mid 2016, the first episode of a new business podcast was published that set out to address a timely matter facing all of us today: How do you make Big Data less intimidating, more actionable and thus more valuable? That is the question at the heart of the Small Data Forum, an initiative by LexisNexis Business Insight Solutions to listen, learn, share and educate ourselves and others who grapple with the challeng...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Europe, Business, Politics, UK, London, France, Germany, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Social Media, Communication, Public Relations


Pizzagate: The Battle Continues

I haven’t been posting much on Pizzagate lately, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t developments.  Make sure to check out Voat to stay abreast of developments.  Here are a few of the ones that caught my eye.  As always, I point you to the researchers who are doing the work.  I only relay the things that float to the top. This voat thread lists and links most of the suspicious emails leaked that relate to Pizzagate.  This is useful. In a continuation of the tech sector progs’ attack against ...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Isis, Washington Post, Washington, Dnc, Fbi, Military, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Tim Cook, Dc, Iceland, North Africa, Ryan Zimmerman, MSM


Ironically, the news that "fake news" is "killing people’s minds" is fake news.

The Guardian quotes Apple's Tim Cook:Fake news is “killing people’s minds”, Tim Cook, the head of Apple, has said. The technology boss said firms such as his own needed to create tools that would help stem the spread of falsehoods, without impinging on freedom of speech.I still have enough of an undead mind to be skeptical of the benevolence and honesty of the head of a big corporation looking to sell a product the whole purpose of which is to gum up the flow of speech, a product wrapped in a pr...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Education, Law, Censorship, Journalism, Tim Cook, Environmentalism, The Web, Ann Althouse, I'm skeptical, Fake News, Cook Guardian


How do we heal at work after this election season? [Updated]

As someone who’s been blogging as long as I have, nearly all of my life experiences run through my blogging filter. “How can translate this into a blog post about the workplace,” is a question I often ask myself. So this is the place in which I found myself yesterday. “What does a Trump presidency mean for labor and employment law?” And, of course, others in the blogging brethren beat me to the punch. So, instead of re-inventing the wheel, I am simply directing you to the excellent blogs...
Tags: Apple, Law, Buzzfeed, United States, Connecticut, Tim Cook, Cleveland, Martin Luther King Jr, Trump, ERC, North Star, Eric Meyer, Dan Schwartz, UMBC, Washington Business Journal, Shady Grove


Non-Sequiturs: 09.01.16

* It's official: a judge has ruled Beyoncé's landmark visual album, Lemonade, did not infringe on a white dude's indie film. [Hollywood Reporter] * Tim Cook is pissed off about his Irish tax bill. [Huffington Post] * Will writing these things on legal documents get you fired? [Defenestration Magazine] * The chances of lawyers landing on their feet when they've been fired at 61. [Law and More] * Does the length of a jury's deliberation have a correlation to the verdict returned? [Versus Texas...
Tags: Apple, Texas, Beyonce, Taxes, Law, Fired, Copyright, Ireland, Tim Cook, Humor, Age Discrimination, Huffington Post, Lemonade, Non-Sequiturs, Jury Deliberations


The Legal Battle for Cell Phone Privacy Wages On

By Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC of Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC posted in Corporate & Business on Monday, March 21, 2016. In order to aid Federal law enforcement officers with an investigation into the 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attack, a judge has ordered Apple Inc. to develop new technology to defeat security measures present in iPhone operating systems. Apple, however, has challenged the government's order on legal grounds, and its CEO Tim Cook has specifically faulted...
Tags: Apple, Law, Fbi, Tim Cook, Apple Inc, San Bernardino, Corporate Law, U S, CALEA, Pannone Lopes Devereaux West LLC, New York Telephone Co the Supreme Court, Sally McDonald, Sally P McDonald


Sen. Feinstein and Rep. Aguilar: Apple Is Threatening Our National Security 

The Dec. 2 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., will forever be etched in our memory. The shootings—the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11—left 14 dead, 22 injured and shook our community to the core. We grieve for all the families who will forever be affected by this tragedy. And we offer our thanks to law enforcement agencies for their diligent work on this case. In the weeks that followed, local law enforcement and the FBI worked together to uncover details su...
Tags: Apple, Politics, Isis, Law, Uncategorized, Tech, Fbi, Tim Cook, National Security, Justice Department, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, Inland Regional Center, San Bernardino Calif, Aguilar, Sen Feinstein


Apple shareholders reject diversity plan to recruit minorities as company leaders

Tim Cook urged investors not to vote through plans to accelerate recruitment of minorities on its 18-person board – which currently has 15 white menApple shareholders have overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that would require the board of America’s largest company to adopt an “accelerated recruitment policy” for minorities among company leaders. The result offered a fresh reminder how Silicon Valley, a meritocracy dominated by white men, is having a tricky time navigating identity politics and m...
Tags: Apple, Technology, America, Society, US news, Equality, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Jesse Jackson, Cupertino California Continue


Apple’s Tim Cook Defiant Against FBI Order in New Email

“This case is about much more than a single phone"
Tags: Apple, Law, Uncategorized, Tim Cook, FBI Order in New Email


Is Apple Becoming More Like Toyota in Its Approach to Innovation?

Apple announced its revenue and earnings Tuesday. While earnings beat expectations, $3.28 per share versus $3.23 per share, revenue disappointed at $75.9 billion compared with expectations of $76.54 billion. Apple's iPhone sales also missed the mark with 74.8 million instead of the 75.46 million expected. CEO Tim Cook told analysts that Apple expected iPhone unit sales to decline in the fiscal second quarter. Similarly iPad and Mac sales also came in lower than expected. What's going on? Evolut...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Jobs, Law, Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Toyota, Huffington Post, Harvard Business Review, Steve, Moore, Apple Apple, Angela Ahrendts, Ira Kalb, Katsuaki Watanabe



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