Intel escapes €1.06bn antitrust fine... for the time being
In a victory for Silicon Valley, the case is set to be re-examined.
India’s privacy ruling could disrupt its biometric society
India's biometric identification program has data on one billion Indians.
Uber and Lyft are losing their fight against unionization
A judge has dismissed the latest challenge to the Seattle Unionization law.
Canada says court order to pull Google results applies worldwide
It’s no longer enough to just comply in Canada.
Sweden effectively bans camera drone flights
A court has ruled that they're surveillance cameras, with the strict rules to match.
Court says police don't need warrants for phone location data
An appeals court says your position info is up for grabs if you volunteered it to an app.
France fines Google for breaking 'right to be forgotten' law
The nation can't control what people access outside its borders, Google says.
Supreme Court decision may derail Obama's emissions pledge
The ruling puts US commitments to the Paris climate change deal in jeopardy.
Court says violating your work's computer policy isn't a crime
Checking Facebook at your office PC won't land you in a US prison.