Samsung leader faces arrest in South Korea
Prosecutors want Lee Jae-yong over bribery allegations.
Virginia bill would effectively ban city-run broadband
Not surprisingly, cable companies are behind it.
Backpage shutters its adult section before Senate hearing
And hours after the Senate published a report accusing the website of profiting from illegal activities.
France gives you legal permission to avoid work email
A newly enacted law requires that companies negotiate a deal to leave you alone after hours.
Fake news could cost Facebook dearly in Germany
Hefty fines might be in Facebook's future if this law passes.
Apple formally challenges the EU's tax demands
The tech giant claims Europe ignored legal advice in order to exaggerate its punishment.
'Vanity Fair' editor sues Twitter troll for giving him a seizure
The user tweeted an animation at the editor that triggered his epilepsy.
Florida court rules police can demand your phone's passcode
Prior decisions protected users from being forced to open code-locked but not fingerprint-protected devices.