UK politicians blame Facebook for the rise of fake news
"Facebook is releasing a product that is dangerous to consumers and deeply unethical."
Embedding a tweet could violate copyright
If upheld, the ruling could mean millions of people are infringing, the EFF says.
California axes self-driving car rule limiting liability for crashes
Sub-par maintenance won't let automakers off the hook.
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.
Death by text: How the Michelle Carter case will impact free speech
An involuntary manslaughter case could have a big impact on how cyberbullying is addressed.
Michigan embraces our self-driving future
Governor Snyder has lifted the ban on autonomous cars.
Galaxy Note 5 wrapper warns you to insert the pen the right way
You probably don't need someone to tell you to insert the Galaxy Note 5's pen the right wa...
FTC considering new settlement process so companies can't deny wrongdoing
Google recently paid the FTC $22.5 million and Facebook was ordered by the commission to change the...
The Lawbringer: Mailbag 5.0
Pop law abounds in The Lawbringer, your weekly dose of WoW, the law, video games and the MMO gen...