New York votes to legalize daily fantasy sports games
DraftKings and FanDuel may come back if the governor signs a bill into law.
Net Neutrality upheld by appeals court
Judges rule that the FCC's Open Internet Order is legal and valid.
Apple Stores are being targeted by thieves dressed as employees
They walk in acting like staff and walk out with dozens of iPhones.
Silk Road 2.0 staffer gets 8 years in prison
Helping a black market website rise from the grave carries a stiff penalty.
Court says police don't need warrants for phone location data
An appeals court says your position info is up for grabs if you volunteered it to an app.
Senate anti-encryption bill is effectively dead, for now
When the White House, CIA and NSA won't support it, the legislation doesn't stand much of a chance.
Senator behind biometric privacy act tries to remove its teeth
Proposed revisions would effectively end Illinois lawsuits against Google, Snapchat and Facebook.
Court claims Google lost right to pull site from search results
Supposedly, the US' free speech rights don't cover removing a site for the 'wrong' reasons.