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.
DACA Fans Say Texas Suing U.S. Leaves No One Defending Program
Apple and Qualcomm agreed in April to schedule a deposition of Cook in June.
The plea comes as Uber faces a deadline to respond in court to the women’s complaint against the company.
U.S. `Voter-Fraud' Activist Kobach Found in Contempt of Court
Sheriff Joe to Face Special Prosecutor Over Bid to Erase History
Women Harassed at Uber May Finally Get a Payday. But How Much?
Nanny Drops Case Claiming Uber Ex-Engineer Plotted Canada Escape
Conservatives Can’t Force YouTube to Be a Free Speech Zone
Facebook Is Trying to Protect Bikini Photos, But It's Not Easy
Here’s a timeline of the number of times Facebook has been targeted for its privacy policies.
The complaint was brought on behalf of two unidentified women who claim they were assaulted by uber drivers.
Trump Uses California Trip to Double Down on Immigration Fight
Was `Stairway' Trial Fair? Ooh, It Makes Appeals Judges Wonder
YouTube isn’t responsible for biting into ‘Zombie Go Boom’ channel’s revenue, a Judge ruling said.
Coinbase Inc. gets slapped with a pair of lawsuits by disgruntled consumers.
Brad Pitt's Face Touted in Disney Ruling on Animation Copyright