Republicans hope to overturn internet privacy rules
A resolution would revert the FCC's protections for broadband customers.
Facebook says it can't police all posts for racism
It believes the technology just isn't there to keep things squeaky clean.
Google ordered to turn over foreign emails
It challenges a ruling that let Microsoft off the hook just days earlier.
Ireland votes to stop investing public money in fossil fuels
It'd be the the first country to officially cut ties with coal and oil.
Samsung boss won't face arrest, at least for now
The company is breathing a collective sigh of relief.
Samsung leader faces arrest in South Korea
Prosecutors want Lee Jae-yong over bribery allegations.
Virginia bill would effectively ban city-run broadband
Not surprisingly, cable companies are behind it.
Backpage shutters its adult section before Senate hearing
And hours after the Senate published a report accusing the website of profiting from illegal activities.
France gives you legal permission to avoid work email
A newly enacted law requires that companies negotiate a deal to leave you alone after hours.