The Supreme Court of Texas will soon decide when an anonymous blogger can be revealed.
Colo. judge orders the release of the accused Aurora theater shooter's profile records on Match.com and AdultFriendFinder.com.
Can innocuous data collected by researchers lead to the next type of employment discrimination for prospective workers?
Companies in Europe transferring data to non-EU countries without consumer consent will be penalized under new Snowden-inspired data protection regulations.
One U.S. District Judge thinks an app could help both inmates and parole officers alike.
The Google trademark is so famous that many googlers look elsewhere to leave their mark.
Airbnb, the online place to go to rent a room in New York City and the world, is running into legal problems in the Empire State.
A look into Big Law's presence on Cornell Law School's top Twitter list.
What to do when a former partner posts your intimate pictures online.