The Electronic Frontier Foundation chooses the stupidest patents of the stupidest year.
The company prohibits using self-driving mode for 'revenue purposes' outside its forthcoming network. But legal precedents support overriding this restriction.
A bit of subversive activism at the White House's party.
According to a senior attorney at the EFF, those who don’t know their history are already repeating it.
Once again, it’s taken a celebrity to show just how bad Twitter's anti-harassment tools are for everyone.
Documents show that NIST didn't disclose that it used 15,000 prisoner tattoos for its experiment.
“This is the first time a court has ever suppressed anything from a government hacking operation."
One final question remains: Is implementing an API considered fair use?
As representatives of Comcast, Netflix and Microsoft meet to discuss the future of the web, an angry crowd is forming outside.
As all our things become ‘smart,’ companies are increasingly saying that fixing them is illegal.