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U.S. House Votes to Let ISPs Sell Your Browser History

Congress has passed a resolution rolling back the FCC's privacy rules.
Personal Electronics

Electronics Banned From Some U.S.-Bound Flights

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Google

Google Resists Warrant for Data in Minnesota Fraud Case

The company refused to comply with a warrant in a Minnesota wire fraud case that seeks information on anyone who searched the victim's name.
Americans With Disabilities Act

5 Steps to Make Sure Your Website Is ADA-Compliant

Websites need to be just as accessible as ATMs, elevators, terminals and other user interfaces.
Laws

AR Games Like 'Pokémon Go' Need a Permit in Milwaukee

City officials say gym trainers left a big mess while hunting down Pikachus and Snorlaxes.
Taxes

New Tax Laws That Impact Small Business Owners in 2017

Since it's always best to be well-prepared when it comes to taxes, here are some of the new changes that you should be aware-of.
Marijuana

Denver May Become the First U.S. City to Legalize Marijuana Use in Bars and Restaurants

The Colorado measure will permit private businesses to allow marijuana use by adults in designated areas with certain exceptions.
Compliance

Here's What The New Overtime Rule Means for Your Business

The overtime rule announced earlier this year is forcing small businesses to adapt.
Uber

Uber to Pull Out of Macau in September

The company will pull out of the gambling hub of Macau on Sept. 9, less than 10 months after it launched there.
Unions

U.S. Judge Dismisses Challenge to Seattle's Uber, Lyft Union Law

Seattle last year became the first U.S. city to pass a law giving drivers for ride-hailing apps, as well as taxi and for-hire drivers, the right to collectively negotiate on pay and working conditions...