New York proposes online security rules for banks and insurers
They'll have to limit data access, test security and keep watch over their partners.
California energy standard could cut PC power use by a third
The state's Energy Commission wants dramatically more efficient home computers by 2019.
Airbnb claims Santa Monica ban violates the Constitution
It's suing the city over its strict limits on home rentals.
Court tosses federal lawsuit over AT&T's data throttling
The carrier successfully argued that its status spared it from revealing limits on its 'unlimited' data.
EU net neutrality guidelines close key 'fast lane' loopholes
Your internet provider can't slow down services it doesn't like.
US mulls speed-limiting devices for buses and big rigs
The caps would theoretically help with big vehicles' safety.
Massachusetts will tax ridesharing services to compensate taxis
It's the first known US attempt to directly subsidize taxis through the likes of Uber and Lyft.
'Hamilton' creator Miranda joins the fight against ticket bots
He's promoting a Senate bill that would clamp down on automated ticket scalping.
California bill would require more zero-emissions cars
Manufacturers would have to sell more electric vehicles to avoid paying the state or their rivals.