LGBTQ+ creators file lawsuit charging YouTube with discrimination
They claim YouTube suppresses their videos and restricts their ability to monetize.
Comcast expands its low-cost internet to another three million households
Since 2011, it’s reached more than eight million low-income individuals.
A new bill could ban facial recognition in federally-funded housing
The No Biometric Barriers to Housing Act is expected to be proposed tomorrow.
Facebook reportedly invites federal oversight of its privacy practices
In exchange for ending the FTC's probe.
US federal judge rules that UberBlack drivers are not employees
Uber is understandably pleased with the decision.
The FCC is helping cable companies evade consumer protection rules
The dispute centers on the way VoIP is regulated.
US DOT outlines safe transition to self-driving cars
94 percent of serious crashes are due to human error.
New policy demands 20 percent of federal code be open source
Plus, agencies will have to share internally-developed code among themselves.
US government wants a single website security standard
We've known that most of the government's anonymous tiplines aren't secure, and Uncle Sam is imple...