Ride sharing app SideCar now allowed to operate in California
SideCar just received permission to operate within the state from one of California's governing bodies. But the company, much like its competitors, really asked for permission to operate anyways. Will the regulatory flair matter?
President Obama To Address Use Of Military Drones On Thursday
President Barack Obama will address the legal reasonings around his administration's use of military drones on Thursday. It's an odd move for the administration to make, especially amid ongoing scandals with the Department of Justice and the Internal Revenue Service, but will it calm critics of the drone program?
Google's Got A Tax Problem In The UK
A former Google executive is reportedly threatening to reveal documents exposing Google as a tax dodger in the UK. If true, it could prove that Google does do evil.
U.S. Cyber Surveillance Even Has The Europeans Freaked Out
The recent Associated Press scandal, where the Department of Justice secretly monitored the phone lines of over a hundred journalists, has renewed worries of U.S. snooping on European affairs. So much so, the European Union is considering 4,000 amendments to its privacy laws.
Buycott: The App Which Lets You Vote From Your Wallet
Buycott lets you finally put your money where your mouth is by letting you know if the product you're about to buy violates, or affirms, your political principals.