The FCC is considering allowing airline passengers to make calls while airborne, but the change isn’t set for takeoff anytime soon
Policy & Law
Online streaming service won’t oppose a petition brought by CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox for copyright infringement
Air travel in Europe just got a lot less boring
She was actually pulled over for speeding.
It’s all becoming clear now. Oh, wait. Sorry. It’s still not clear.
Apple joins Samsung and Amazon in the school’s legal crosshairs.
America’s largest Internet companies are tripping over themselves to bolster their public image following blockbuster disclosures about their role in the U.S. government’s controversial data-gathering program.
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ReDigi CEO John Ossenmacher explains what a recent court ruling against his company’s music upload technology means for consumers and his service.
While the popular narrative is going to be that the violent-video-game-hating NRA just licensed a self-promotional video game (and isn’t that hypocritical), the actual story is that it’s simply released an incredibly dull one.
The “six strikes” anti-piracy warning system — coming in early 2013 — is designed to track copyright infringers. But what happens if you’re on a shared Internet connection?