Businesses are supposed to compete with each other. It’s built into the DNA of capitalism, and healthy, legal competition usually serves to make things better overall. Sometimes, though, individuals and other business entities engage in illegal behavior to get the upper hand against their competitors.
In some cases, these actions may actually be criminal, but most of the time they just come with civil penalties. In this post, we’ll discuss a recent case involving business torts, and we’ll also list the different kinds of illegal business practices that can be brought to civil court.
The Keeper Security Business Tort Case
In December 2015, the Ars Technica website published an article titled “Microsoft is forcing users to install a critically [...]