Uber will pay New York drivers $3 million in class-action settlement
The agreement also says drivers will be classified as independent contractors.
Amsterdam will limit Airbnb rentals to 30 days per year
That’s half of the limit it put into place last year.
New York will tackle unfair biases in automated city services
City Council is calling for a task force on the matter.
Armed robbers steal $1.8 million worth of cryptocurrency
Such crimes will become "increasingly common," said New York County's DA.
FCC will help New York investigate fake net neutrality comments
But only after months of stonewalling.
New Yorkers can report identities used in fake net neutrality comments
Attorney General Schneiderman is taking matters into his own hands after being denied by the FCC.
New York AG blasts FCC for refusing to help fight net neutrality spam
It's probably not going to get a warm response.
Hilton data breaches lead to $700,000 penalty
The company has also agreed to strengthen its information security systems.
New York City ordered to share code for DNA evidence software
It's an all too rare instance of accountability in law enforcement tech.