US Senate passes bill modernizing music licensing and payouts
Artists and creators are one step closer to getting their dues.
Lab-grown meat is not meat, Missouri state rules
Apparently 'shopper confusion' is to blame for the new marketing regulation
Uber covers illness and parental leave for European drivers
The "partners" are still not employees, however.
Coca-Cola and US government use blockchain to curb forced labor
The tech would give workers a secure registry to enforce their rights.
Amazon secures movie rights for Alafair Burke’s thriller ‘The Wife’
The timely novel explores one woman's journey with a celebrity husband accused of sexual assault.
Merlin and Dubset strike a deal to help indie artists monetize DJ mixes
Musicians on labels like Sub Pop and Mad Decent will get paid for samples in DJ mixes.
Monkey selfie copyright battle ends with a settlement
The simian photographer and his friends are getting a little help.
Senate bill would require a warrant for border phone searches
It comes alongside a surge in agents asking to see travelers' cellphones.
German draft law would limit your data privacy rights
You often wouldn't have the right to know what information people are collecting about you.