America Wasted $160 Million Trying to Get Afghanistan to Use E-Payments
Will that be cash, charge, or bribe?
Canada’s Update to Classified Documents System Could Raise Hacking Risks
But the current system is 'out of date and unsustainable.'
The Pentagon's Exploding Guns, By the Numbers
We crunched key data behind the US military shipping thousands of defective gun parts to troops for years, and knowing about it.
Homejoy Co-Founder Allegedly Reused Customer Data Without Permission
Just because a startup shuts down doesn’t mean your data is deleted.
Judge Rules 160,000 Uber Drivers Can Sue in a Class Action
Are drivers contractors or employees? An employment lawsuit in California is moving forward as a class action.
Australian Government Contractors Will Now Go to Jail for Reporting Child Abuse in Detention Centers
Australia's new Border Protection Act will make it a lot harder to disclose criminal activity within the country's detention centers.
California Labor Commission: Uber Driver Is an Employee, Not a Contractor
Uber always did say that it creates jobs.