Comcast sues Maine over a law requiring a-la-carte cable offerings
The law would let customers pick and choose which channels they pay for.
California is close to reclassifying gig economy workers as employees
It's now headed to State Assembly and waiting for the governor's signature.
51 companies tell Congress it's time to tackle data privacy
Amazon, AT&T and Qualcomm are among those involved.
The UK may ban all watches during exams to prevent cheating
It’s too hard to tell between watches and smartwatches, an independent commission says.
FCC wants to fine CBS for using fake emergency alert in 'Young Sheldon'
It proposed a $272,000 penalty for a sound effect that 'resembled actual EAS tones.'
FDA criticizes Juul for telling students its e-cigs are ‘totally safe’
Juul has 15 days to take corrective action.
Google faces antitrust investigation from 50 state attorneys general
To start, state investigators plan to look at the company's advertising business.
Australia orders ISPs to block sites hosting Christchurch shooting video
The country's online safety official now has the authority to block sites.
Russia accuses Facebook, Google of violating political ad laws
It claims they ran ads on election day despite bans.