Europe may harmonize how internet companies fight hate speech
The EU is mulling rules that ensure consistent hate speech takedowns.
UK forms 'specialist squad' to tackle prison drug drones
Police and prison officers will join forces to investigate mule pilots.
Italian court halts Uber injunction as Taiwan lifts ban
A judge in Rome says Uber can stay until the court's appeal ruling.
Twitter sues feds over attempt to identify anti-Trump account
The government wants to know who's behind an account allegedly tweeting from inside US immigration offices.
New York could open its roads to autonomous car tests in 2018
Assuming the state budget passes.
Police make first arrest in Facebook Live sexual assault case
The victim has also been subject to online bullying.
German law urges parents to rat out kids' illegal downloads
If they don't, they're stuck with the fine.
Airspace rights still unclear after drone lawsuit dismissed
Where you can safely fly a drone, or shoot one down, is still a gray area.
Email scheme stole $100 million from two US tech companies
Even the most internet-savvy companies aren't immune to scams.