New York forces smart lock maker to improve its security
The New York Attorney General's office settled with Safetech to provide better security for its smart locks.
Websites settle with New York over online child tracking
They'll have to rethink their sites after illegally scooping up personal data.
US Attorney General will not bring charges in Clinton email case
Loretta Lynch will accept FBI director James Comey's recommendation.
Feds indict seven Iranians for hacking banks, NY state dam
The computer specialists routinely worked for the Iranian National Guard Corps.
US leaders meet with tech CEOs to fight terrorism online
Top brass from the FBI and beyond are meeting with Facebook, Google, Twitter and other top internet firms.
New York's Attorney General probing state broadband speeds
Are your broadband speeds slower than the tier you pay for? New York's got your back.
Net neutrality expert Tim Wu joins New York attorney general's office
Law professor Tim Wu is poised to take on issues of consumer protection and fair competition as senior lawyer and special adviser to the New York attorney general.
Lyft pays $300k to get New York off its back
One downside of reinventing an industry is that you can sometimes forget that the red tape you're...
New York attorney general fights rule that curbs services like Uber
New York City isn't always kind to ridesharing services like Lyft and Uber, but those companies ha...