Officially known as “Unmanned Aircraft Systems,” drones have become a trending topic over the last few years. With the use of drones by the military, ongoing media attention, and Amazon.com’s commitment to bringing drone-based delivery service by the year 2020, questions regarding their appropriate use have been growing in importance for law enforcement and civilians alike.
Who owns your Facebook account? You or your employer? The answer may not be as obvious as you think. Several courts have held that our social media pages, which most of us consider personal, could belong to our employers or new business owners after a bankruptcy.
The butt-dial: one of the more common, and occasionally embarrassing, faux pas of the cell phone age. Accidentally dialing someone is awkward enough, but now, thanks to a ruling by a Cincinnati federal appeals court, it could mean that any conversation you have during an unintentional phone call could be made public.
5 crowdfunding sites that allow users post their case and raise money to hire a lawyer. Plus, 3 considerations before you set up a campaign.
Twitter announces a new feature to help users report abusive and threatening tweets to police, days after Ashley Judd is harassed on Twitter.
You might think a $400 billion legal market would cover most legal needs. The fact is, the U.S. is the largest legal market in the world and yet has plenty of underserved populations.
St. Patrick’s Day festivities are right around the corner. Download these seven apps to take on March 17 like a pro.
4 ways to cut your cellphone bill in 2015, plus 4 common billing traps to avoid.
It’s a new year and time for a fresh start: clean up your subscriptions and protect your online privacy by following these steps.
Based on privacy, safety and ease of use, which mobile payment system has the edge?