In an about-face, Uber shows it's #TimesUp for forced arbitration that kept claims out of court. Still, class-action suits are off-limits.
Securus, the company which tracks nearly any phone across the US for cops with minimal oversight, has been hacked, Motherboard reported Wednesday. From the report: The hacker has provided some of the stolen data to Motherboard, including usernames and poorly secured passwords for thousands of Securus' law enforcement customers. Although it's not clear how many of these customers are using Securus
The rally sparked by Warren Buffett's purchase of Apple stock could continue into the week ahead.
Sports teams and stadiums are turning to high-tech start-ups to learn more about their fans, with privacy implications.
BOSTON (AP) -- The history of the Congregational Church is the history of Colonial New England....
BOSTON (AP) -- The history of the Congregational Church is the history of Colonial New England....
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) -- Kimberly Haven couldn't get the feminine hygiene products she needed in Maryland's only prison for women while serving a 15-month sentence, so she made her own using toilet paper. She said that after her release in 2015, she suffered toxic shock syndrome and needed an emergency hysterectomy....
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: One of the great purported boons of GMOs is that they allow farmers to use fewer pesticides, some of which are known to be harmful to humans or other species. Bt corn, cotton, and soybeans have been engineered to express insect-killing proteins from the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis, and they have indeed been successful at controlling the