Responding to criticism by the Food and Drug Administration, pharmaceutical company Duchesnay and celebrity Kim Kardashian have updated her Instagram account by posting warnings about the anti-nausea drug Diclegis.
Well-known social media expert Danah Boyd is backing Yahoo in a lawsuit alleging that the company violated a consumer protection law by sending unsolicited SMS messages.
Google fired back against EU antitrust officials today, arguing that its search results aren't anticompetitive. On the contrary, the company says, its search engine drives traffic to competitors.
AT&T has confirmed that it recently intercepted Web traffic at WiFi hotspots in order to inject ads into the pages that users were visiting.
Thomas Dart, the crusading sheriff of Cook County, Ill., is free to resume lobbying against classifieds site Backpage.com, thanks to a new decision by U.S. District Court Judge John Tharp, Jr.
Twitter no longer allows the Open Source Foundation to track politicians' deleted tweets. "Deleting a tweet is an expression of the user's voice," the company reportedly said.
FilmOn wants the 9th Circuit to uphold a ruling that could speed cord-cutting.
A federal judge has ordered Cablevision to stop running ads that accuse Verizon of lying about its FiOS service.
Kim Kardashian's Instagram ad for a morning sickness drug flouts the FDA's long-established requirement that ads touting the benefit of drugs also disclose their risks and contraindications, the agency says.
Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter and Tumblr are asking a judge to reject the MPAA's request for a "breathtakingly broad" order in a piracy lawsuit.