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Hollywood's Go-To Divorce Attorney Has an Online Solution so Unhappy Couples Don't Have to Pay Attorneys to Argue

This DIY divorce software requires couples to patiently communicate for the greater good. Which is pretty much what a marriage requires.

You Want Fries With That? Burger King Explains Net Neutrality In Less Than 3 Minutes.

The fast food company's video uses metaphor and parody to explain complex public policy.

Making Your Data Unreadable to Whoever Steals It Might Be the Only Way to Keep It Safe

Encryption is slowly becoming the gold standard for data security, which is a tacit acknowledgment that there is no keeping hackers out.

The FCC Has Repealed Net Neutrality, But Nobody Is Certain What Happens Next

You can expect litigation, a criminal investigation, states making their own laws and to hear political candidates talking about net neutrality, but how soon any changes will be noticed online is unclear.

Mom Is the Secret to Success for These Kidpreneurs (and Dad Helps)

An entrepreneurial Miami family is building a thriving business based on one son's fixation on socks and their other son's tireless sales work.

Microsoft Drops Lawsuit in Secrecy Case the Government Probably Didn't Want You to Know About

The Department of Justice agrees to cease routinely demanding data companies not tell customers about search warrants.

These Male VCs Have Just Said How Tough It Really Is for Women in Silicon Valley

A sexual harassment scandal is shedding harsh light on another aspect of tech's male dominated culture.

The FCC Took the First Step to Dismantle Net Neutrality. Your Dreams of Success Are Now on Life Support.

If you're already running a multibillion-dollar corporation dominating online, the FCC vote to undo net neutrality is good news.

Will Trump Visa Order Fix a Broken System or Smash it?

The H-1B visa controversy pits tech companies that want reliable access to highly skilled workers against populists pushing a tough "hire American'' policy.

This May Not be the News You Want But Bringing a Lawsuit Just Got Easier

An insurance startup has a new policy that will cover the costs of bringing a case that you lose.

Apple's Legal Standoff With the FBI Makes Privacy Fanaticism a Marketing Tool

While other tech companies are assisting with the fight against terrorism, Apple has put protecting a mass killer's iPhone from a search warrant the center of its brand.

Volkswagen Faces the Most Onerous Rebranding Challenge In History, Again

A nice apology letter from VW gives some clues just how badly they screwed up.

Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian: Building a Business Mostly Isn't Fun

Ohanian, an investor and advisor to at least 100 startups, joyfully warned an audience at the Entrepreneur360 about the travails of entrepreneurship.

FCC Adopts Tough Net Neutrality Rule in Historic Regulatory Shift

A raucous debate that has unfolded over the past year has concluded with what appears to be permanent protection of the Internet as open platform for entrepreneurs and free speech.

A Glimmer of Compromise on Net Neutrality as FCC Comment Period Ends

A major Internet service provider and a leading advocate of Internet freedom have outlined middle routes in the polarized and politicized debate.