While technology companies can now release the number of user data requests they receive from the government, civil liberties groups say this is just a small step.
Following an inquiry, the regulatory commission clears Reed Hastings and Netflix of wrongdoing, and says companies can distribute news on investor-aware accounts.
Federal judge overseeing the Oracle v. Google patent lawsuit says that search giant failed to comply with a request to document all payments to bloggers and writers covering the trial.
Another lawsuit claims the social network misled investors by "selectively disclosing" material information about its revenue outlook.
In an effort to curtail eating disorders, a new Israeli law requires advertisers to fess up to certain kinds of digital editing.
The agency has issued a staff report saying mobile apps aimed at kids often don't spell out data collection and sharing practices.
Path underdisclosed what it was doing with your address book; Pinterest didn't alert users it was making money from their links. Well, what did you expect? And was it so bad?
New filing, which says last year's leaks did no "real damage to national security," previews defense strategy in case of alleged Wiki-leaker.
When the impact of a potential data security breach is significant enough, public companies must disclose it in advance.