UK cybersecurity researcher pleads not guilty to malware charges
Marcus Hutchins will 'vigorously defend himself,' according to his lawyer.
Volkswagen’s head of compliance pleads guilty in emissions scandal
The car company's software cheat continues to garner criminal and civil repercussions.
LeEco's assets frozen by Chinese court as debts mount
Things are going south fast for the tech and EV giant.
Canada says court order to pull Google results applies worldwide
It’s no longer enough to just comply in Canada.
Uber will appeal compulsory English exam for London drivers (updated)
Will it ever end?
Ohio drunk drivers ordered to install Uber or Lyft
Having a ridesharing app at the ready could keep offenders out of their cars while drunk.
The FCC can’t limit excessive inmate phone call rates
Still, it hasn't been pushing its previous cap rules for a while now.
Copyright troll lawyer is finally disbarred for fraud
Extortion isn't legal, either, sir.
Magic Leap settles sex discrimination lawsuit with former employee
The original complaint contained allegations of racism and ageism, too.