Judge sides with Airbnb in lawsuit from US apartment landlord
A court has ruled that tenants are liable for unauthorized rentals.
Spotify faces $1.6 billion lawsuit over song licensing
Publishing giant Wixen says Spotify is streaming songs without a license.
Germany's hefty hate speech fines for social networks start today
Companies that fail to remove offensive posts within 24 hours will be fined up to 50 million euros.
Florida may finally implement full ban on texting while driving
It's one of the few states that doesn't treat texting as a main offense.
Senate bill would help guard against election hacks
States would get the money, guidelines and access they need.
Mueller investigation obtains thousands of Trump transition emails
It ignited a fight over who actually owned the messages.
The FCC's 'Harlem Shake' video may violate copyright law
The agency apparently didn't get permission to use the song.
Trump approves federal ban on Kaspersky
Feds still using Kaspersky will now have to switch anti-virus programs.
FCC will help New York investigate fake net neutrality comments
But only after months of stonewalling.