New Bill Would Force Companies to Simplify Their Terms of Service

A new bipartisan bill would take on terms of service agreements that are overly complex and leave users with very little choice.

How to Go From Freelancer to Agency Marketing Professional

The freelance life can be great for skilled marketers in SEO, web design, or copywriting. The truth is that so many freelancers don’t want to go into the office. Remote work is growing around the world which could mean incredible…

Germany May Block Telegram Over Hate Speech

Germany is looking to address hate speech on the Telegram messaging platform, even leaving open the possibility of banning the service.

FCC Wants Stricter Data Breach Reporting Requirements

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel has proposed new requirements that would strengthen data breach reporting rules.

FTC’s Suit Against Facebook Can Proceed, Judge Rules

Facebook was dealt a major blow today as Judge James Boasberg ruled the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) suit against it will not be dismissed.

Microsoft’s Security Update Fixes 96 Flaws, Including 6 Zero-Day

Microsoft’s latest Patch Tuesday includes fixes for 96 security vulnerabilities, including six that are zero-day.

Apple’s iCloud Service Experiences Second Outage in Two Days

Apple’s iCloud service experienced its second outage in as many days Tuesday morning.

Project Vivian: Google’s Top-Secret Anti-Union Effort

More information about Google’s anti-union efforts is coming out, thanks to a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).