The politics of pot lobbying
These are some of the former bureaucrats and political insiders now working for Big Weed in Canada
Verizon Is Still Tracking Customers Across the Web Without Consent
The FCC slaps Verizon on the wrist for using invasive “supercookies,” but a loophole will allow its mission to monetize paying customers will continue.
Verizon Settles With FCC for $1.35 Million Over Use of Supercookies
The company will now have to alert customers before sharing the data collected from “supercookie” trackers.
Mercedes Let Us Take a 360-Degree Photo From Inside Its New Concept Car
The high-end car company was at CES showing off its vision for the future of driving.
Why Canada's Telecom Regulator Is Suddenly Acting More Like the Cops
We're officially in the middle of a crackdown.
Airbnb Promises to Pay Its Fair Share of Taxes and Help Prevent Misuse
Airbnb has issued a new “Community Compact” where it says it wants to work with cities, not against them.
The FCC Will Start Publishing a Spreadsheet of Robocallers, Updated Weekly
The regulator is still grappling with how to protect landlines from telemarketers.
The FCC Granted AT&T a Reprieve So It Can Support Wi-Fi Calling for Deaf Users
Whereas Sprint and T-Mobile haven’t done anything but profit off of excluding them.
AT&T Calls Out T-Mobile, Sprint for Dodging Required Support for Deaf Users
While AT&T was adapting existing tech to support deaf users for Wi-Fi calls, T-Mobile and Sprint were busy marketing Wi-Fi calling to the less hard of hearing.
Samsung Denies That It's Misleading Regulators Over TV Energy Use
The Korean giant has denied any wrongdoing in an incident that’s drawn parallels to Volkswagen.
The FTC Charges a 'Brain Training'-Like 'Vision' App for False Advertising
Can training your eyes actually improve your vision? And should the FTC decide on what’s science or not?
Airbnb Hires Ex-Clinton Aide to Play Nice With Policymakers
Chris Lehane is bringing his reputation for tenacity to the apartment sharing app.