FTC crackdown targets operations responsible for one billion robocalls
Under 'Operation Call it Quits,' the FTC has opened 145 cases against illegal callers.
ACLU: Police must get warrants to obtain personal data from cars
It's telling a court that black boxes are covered by the Fourth Amendment.
Comcast to pay $9.1 million for adding service plans without consent
It reportedly violated Washington state law over 445,000 times.
US judge rules that feds can't force fingerprint or face phone unlocks
All logins are equal, regardless of whether they're a passcode or a biometric unlock.
Court rules accessing smart meter data constitutes a government search
Could the government use your smart meter to spy on you?
Apple and Samsung settle seven-year patent battle
This should please everyone except the lawyers.
Apple hit with $6.6 million fine in Australia over 'Error 53' fiasco
You can't tell Australians that you'll brick their phones if they get an unauthorized repair.
German court says ad-blocking is legal
Much to the dismay of the publishers who fought the case.
Uber executives on the hook for criminal charges in France
The EU court ruling opens floodgates for action against UberPop.