Facebook was quietly facilitating the commercial exploitation of user data to bolster its bottom line.
Uber Spars With Kalanick Intelligence Guys in Waymo Saga Reprise
Sensitive Facebook records that were supposed to remain sealed in California court were leaked to U.K. parliamentary committee.
Why Companies Now Want Harassment Out in the Light
Google to Bias Accusers: Regulating YouTube Would Be Disastrous
Fake Facebook Page Used by Cops for Spying Draws Judge's Rebuke
What Tesla Really Needs, SEC Says, Is an ‘Experienced’ Lawyer
Czech Coal Baron Says Protests Are PR Stunt by Rival
Uber Settlement Wins Support of Engineer Who First Wrote of Bias
Why a Dead Kennedys Punk Isn't Buying Google's Privacy Deals
Indicted Republican Lawmaker Borrows From Trump’s Defiant Playbook
The payouts for harassment claims were calculated based on the severity and duration of the alleged misconduct.
Google failed to block a lawsuit by rejected job applicants who accuse it of systematically favoring younger candidates.
Trump Gains Steam Against Judges Who Block His Orders Nationwide
MGM Resorts International sued the victims of a Las Vegas music festival mass shooting to block compensation claims.
City Climate Change Suits Against Big Oil Tossed by Judge
Theranos Wants Investor Fraud Settlement, But Only on Its Terms
The MeToo movement has cast a cloud over corporate America’s penchant for secrecy on sexual harassment complaints.
Facebook Faulted by Judge for `Troubling Theme’ in Privacy Case
Abu Ghraib Interrogators May Be Questioned Incognito in Lawsuit
The California SC voted to let stand a ruling that Tinder’s age-based discount violates civil rights law.