Several states are investigating Facebook for mishandling user data
Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and North Carolina are investigating.
Charter agrees to $174 million settlement for poor service in New York
The company will pay $62.5 million in direct refunds to customers.
New York settles with Equifax and others over lax mobile app security
Five firms have agreed to institute security programs to protect user info.
Jeff Sessions worries social networks are 'intentionally stifling' speech
He's in talks over allegations of censorship and anti-competitiveness.
States sue to block sale of 3D-printed weapon designs online
Designs could return to the web this week.
New York to investigate cryptocurrency exchanges
More transparency is needed to help consumers and investors know what's up with their money.
New York joins Massachusetts investigation of Facebook's data use
The states' attorneys general sent a letter to the company today.
23 attorneys general refile challenge to FCC net neutrality repeal
They waited to refile their suit until the FCC order was added to the Federal Register.
New York AG will investigate firm selling fake followers to stars
Devumi sometimes 'borrowed' real info for its bogus accounts.