Bipartisan support grows for online sex trafficking bill
The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act could become law fairly soon.
Judge sides with Airbnb in lawsuit from US apartment landlord
A court has ruled that tenants are liable for unauthorized rentals.
Anti-sex trafficking law could unintentionally cripple Wikipedia
It's asking Congress to look out for smaller sites and non-profits when drafting the bill.
Internet giants now support bill to curb online sex trafficking
They believe it strikes a better balance between safety and freedom.
Backpage.com execs hit with pimping and money laundering charges
California's Attorney General claims the site's founders built a network of businesses to support "illicit and exploitative activity."
Backpage executives cleared of pimping charges
The site's owners successfully argued that they were not responsible content posted by third parties.
San Francisco judge denies Airbnb's lawsuit against the city
This means the company is still on the hook for what its users put in rental listings.
Italy rules YouTube and other video sites are like TV stations, are liable for content
Strange policy changes are afoot in Italy, where the government's Communications Authority has...