More than 20 attorneys general are trying to ban 3D-printed guns
They're suing the Trump administration over a recent rule change.
London police begin using live facial recognition tech across the capital
Meanwhile, Europe wants to ban the technology for up to five years.
Bipartisan bill would scale back key section of the Patriot Act
While it wouldn’t repeal Section 215 wholly, it would put new limits on it.
Major health records company fights federal rules on shareable patient data
The regulations could make it easier for patients to access their data via apps.
Seattle-area election will let residents vote by smartphone
It's the first such vote in the US, and could be a test for future elections.
The UK will fine technology companies who fail to protect children
Assuming the legislation passes.
Brazil charges journalist Glenn Greenwald for colluding with hackers
The charges come after The Intercept published damaging information on Brazilian public officials.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai calls for 'sensible regulation' of AI
But says "principles that remain on paper are meaningless."
Joe Biden says Facebook spreads ‘falsehoods they know to be false’
He said the US should repeal Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to make the company accountable.