Google urges Congress to revise outdated overseas data laws
The push comes after a series of contradictory rulings in the US.
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.
Hackers reportedly altered and stole voting data before 2016 election
Some 90,000 voter registration records were stolen from Illinois.
German police raided 36 homes over social media hate speech
The country is considering a law that would fine social networks for failure to remove hate speech.
Estonia will back up its government in a 'digital embassy'
Which could point to the future of how countries deal with critical data.
Google gets closer to building its own city in San Jose
The San Jose City Council agreed to negotiate a major land deal with the company.
New York is reviewing its voting infrastructure to avoid hacks
No evidence of tampering in the last election, but just to be sure before the next...
Research finds deadly heatwaves will occur more often
Even optimistic predictions show it getting worse.