News bites: China passes controversial Internet law

China introduced tighter Internet controls on Friday by approving a law that requires people to provide their real names when they register with network providers or post information online, according to the AP.

The Justice Department has opened an investigation into Hewlett-Packard's claims that it discovered accounting fraud at software-maker Autonomy, which the company acquired last year, The Los Angeles Times reports.

A Beijing court ordered Apple to pay a penalty of roughly $165,000 to a group of local writers who said the company sold unlicensed copies of their books online, violating copyright rules, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Marvell Technology Group will seek to overturn the $1.17 billion penalty a jury ordered it to pay for infringing on patents held by Carnegie Mellon University, Bloomberg writes.

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