Virginia Following California’s Example With Privacy Law

Virginia is poised to join California in enacting comprehensive privacy legislation to protect its citizens.

Baidu Gets Permission to Test Self-Driving Cars in California

Baidu is the latest company to receive permission to test self-driving cars in California.

Massachusetts Set to Ban New Gasoline Vehicles by 2035

Massachusetts is joining California and New Jersey in its efforts to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035.

Uber and Lyft Lose Appeal, Must Make Drivers Employees

Uber and Lyft have been dealt a major blow, as an appellate court has ruled the injunction against them was appropriate.

California Law Kills Uber and Lyft And The Entire Gig Economy

The law will ban hundreds of different professions and especially the hundreds of thousands of jobs created by the gig economy over the last decade.

Lyft May Shutdown In California

Lyft is warning it may join Uber in shuttering operations in California following a preliminary injunction classifying its drivers as employees.

DOJ Takes Another Shot At State-Level Net Neutrality

The DOJ is asking a federal judge to overturn California’s net neutrality law, arguing that federal law should take precedence.

California Begins Enforcing New Privacy Law

Following a six month grace period, California has begun enforcing its new privacy regulation, effective July 1.

Lyft Begins Testing Autonomous Cars On Public Roads Again

Lyft has begun testing its autonomous vehicles on California roads again.

California AG Comes to Terms With T-Mobile Over Sprint Merger

After a failed attempt to stop the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, the California Attorney General has come to terms with the company and will not pursue an appeal.