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08.03.17
Michelle Carter gets 15 months in prison in texting suicide case
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Michelle Carter gets 15 months in prison in texting suicide case

She urged her then-boyfriend to kill himself in 2014, sparking a potentially precedent-setting case.

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08.01.17
Senate bill demands tougher security for the Internet of Things
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Senate bill demands tougher security for the Internet of Things

Smart devices would have to meet basic standards to get into government.

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07.30.17
Court says politicians can't block people on social media
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Court says politicians can't block people on social media

The decision could have ramifications on the lawsuit filed against the president.

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07.19.17
Self-driving cars could hit US roads before federal laws are in place
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Self-driving cars could hit US roads before federal laws are in place

A House panel approved a measure that would exempt tens of thousands of autonomous cars from state regulations.

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06.30.17
Germany can fine Facebook up to $57 million over hate speech
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Germany can fine Facebook up to $57 million over hate speech

Digital rights activists worry that the new law will curb free speech.

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