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.
How deals with LPR firm Vigilant Solutions turn cops into roaming debt sharks.
John Legere says his critics are arguing 'semantics' about the net neutrality implications of T-Mobile's video streaming program.
From the internet of dildos to having someone else pay the phone bill, trolls filed lot of patently ridiculous patents.
In a future where the company owns—and watches—everything, a freelance bodyguard must confront her genetically-engineered superiors.
This week's important legal news.