Hooligans: Three young women who are members of the punk band Pussy Riot and staged an anti-Putin stunt in February were convicted of hooliganism. The Wall Street Journal is covering the trial on its live blog. Prosecutors are asking for a three-year sentence.
Crack: The judge presiding over the Apple/Samsung patent dispute snapped at one of Apple's attorneys after lawyers submitted a lengthy list of witnesses. "Unless you're smoking crack, you know these witnesses are not going to be called," U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh snapped angrily.Our sister publication, The Recorder, reports.
Privacy: The recent discovery that the FDA was spying on some of its scientists has some concerned that the government may be going too far. The Washington Post reports that software can do everything from intercept a tweet record keystrokes.
Filed: News Corp. is the target of a new lawsuit brought by an attorney who was the subject of a 2007 report by News of the World. Bloomberg reports.