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Disinformation watchdog group accused of spreading false statements about Rumble

In its attempt to stop advertisers from funding disinformation online, the watchdog spread its own false statements to demonetize Rumble, according to the online video platform.

Jury selection begins in actor Jonathan Majors’ domestic violence trial

The anticipated blockbuster career of the Marvel star has been sidelined after his March arrest on domestic assault charges in Manhattan.

Skydive Hawaii

HONOLULU — A federal court in Hawaii ruled that the term “Skydive Hawaii” is a common and obvious description of any Hawaiian skydiving company’s services, so one skydiving firm cannot sue others for infringing on its supposed trademark on the phrase, which is a case of “classic fair use.”

Pacifica arbitration

SAN FRANCISCO — The Ninth Circuit sided against Pacifica Foundation, the owner of five progressive radio stations, upholding the $300,000 arbitration award issued against it following its firing a former interim executive director in 2019. The arbitrator did not exceed her power and the issue was arbitrable.

Prince Harry to appeal to UK government for evidence in lawsuit against Daily Mail publisher

It’s his third lawsuit against newspaper publishers to get the green light to go to trial on similar allegations.

Elon Musk’s X sues Media Matters over reporting on ad placements

X claims Media Matters is running a smear campaign and exclusively followed a small subset of fringe users to generate manipulated ad pairings that drove away major advertisers.