Exxon must turn over decades of climate change research
So regulators can determine if it knew about the impact of its business and chose not to speak up.
IMDb tells California it will continue to publish actors' ages
The law "plainly violates the First Amendment of the US Constitution and cannot be enforced," says the Amazon-owned company.
China now streams some court trials on the internet
It's an interesting step for a country that isn't exactly known for transparency.
Federal judge throws out evidence obtained by 'stingray' trackers
"Absent a search warrant, the government may not turn a citizen's cell phone into a tracking device."
Net Neutrality upheld by appeals court
Judges rule that the FCC's Open Internet Order is legal and valid.
Apple surprised at DoJ's request to cross-examine witnesses
The company speculates that government isn't comfortable with its case.
NY judge rules feds can't force Apple to unlock an iPhone
Case in New York adds a new twist to the ongoing legal battle.
Flightsharing website closes due to court ruling
No Ubers in the sky for any of us.