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Michigan health director charged with involuntary manslaughter due to Flint water woes
Courts allege he concealed info on a deadly Legionnaires' outbreak.
The government won’t protect your internet privacy, so here’s how to do it yourself
Harm mitigation in a suddenly less secure internet
Amazon Echo and the internet of things that spy on you
An upcoming court case could determine the sanctity of what is said between a person and a bot in a home
Those little magnetic balls are back on the market after a two-year ban
But they can still mess you up if you swallow them
Does The Law Protect Users From Social Media Surveillance?
Legal experts weigh in on a company collecting and selling user data to police
The Founding Of The First Space Nation Today Doesn’t Really Mean Anything
Asgardia might become a legit state, but don't count on it
The Definition of A “Parent” Is Changing
NY court extends title rights to non-biological, non-adoptive parents
British Jurors Can Now Visit Crime Scenes In Virtual Reality
Have you reached a VRdict?
Apple Vs FBI Case Stirs With New Hearing, Info On Cracked iPhone Data
And we're probably not going to find out how they cracked the phone
Google Maps Moves The World’s Borders Depending On Who’s Looking
A new paper looks at how the online service could foster international disputes