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Craiglist Blocks Personal Ads to Protest Anti Sex-Trafficking Law

It wants to bring them back 'some day,' but can't under the current legal regime.

Daniel Cooper

A Snapshot of Online Image Theft (Infographic)

Thanks to social media and blogs, image theft is a major issue.

Rose Leadem

5 Under-the-Radar Legal Developments Entrepreneurs Need to Know

The rewriting of the federal tax code was from the only change relevant to entrepreneurs.

Jaia Thomas

Microsoft Drops DOJ Suit After Feds Limit Secret Gag Orders

Vague legal standards were all that was required for a secrecy order to be issued, and no end date needed to be specified.

Matthew Humphries

Silicon Valley: Human Trafficking Bill 'Overly Broad'

The bill would update the Communications Decency Act to 'ensure that websites that knowingly facilitate sex trafficking can be held liable.'

Man Fined $4,000 for 'Liking' Facebook Comments

Read very carefully before hitting the Like button on Facebook -- it could land you in court.

Texas Legislature Overrules Austin, Allows Uber and Lyft to Return

They're expected to open Monday right after the governor signs the bill into law.

David Lumb

Italy Debating Bill to Require Paid Menstrual Leave

The proposed policy could potentially lead to repercussions, however.

Rose Leadem

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

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

Richard Lawler

Electronics Banned From Some U.S.-Bound Flights

DHS confirms that passengers on U.S.-bound flights from 10 airports will not be allowed to bring electronics larger than a cell phone on board.

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.

Tom Brant

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.

Mike Schawel