Facebook Live death highlights the risks of livestreaming
A Chicago man's on-camera shooting is a reminder that internet broadcasts aren't always safe.
Facebook invokes first US Safety Check for Orlando mass shooting
The tragedy has brought out Facebook's tool for reassuring friends and family.
Silk Road 2.0 staffer gets 8 years in prison
Helping a black market website rise from the grave carries a stiff penalty.
Google pulls Chrome extension used to target Jewish people
The tool was tracking nearly 8,800 people believed to be Jewish.
Robber arrested after Facebook suggests the victim adds him
"People you may know."
Violent crime prediction algorithms are racially biased
A new study shows that software-driven risk assessment tools are hardly blind to race.
Judge orders woman to unlock iPhone with her fingerprint
It's the first time a judge has demanded fingerprint access in a federal case.
FAA says shooting down drones is a federal crime
The target practice isn't worth years in prison.
Teen indicted for Periscoping her friend's sexual assault
If convicted, she could face over 40 years in prison.