Movie director files $1 million lawsuit against Gawker, claiming the site facilitated copyright infringement of an unproduced script published to the Internet last week.
This Indiegogo campaign has met a drug dealer's price for a video purporting to show Rob Ford getting high. But with the dealer incommunicado and police reportedly looking into a killing, we may not see the footage.
When it comes to the internet, getting justice can be tricky — but taking matters into your own hands to mete out punishment should never be the answer.
All we can say to Adrian Chen is: thanks for taking a bullet for the rest of us.
Could Apple still accuse Gizmodo and Gawker Media of violating trade-secret law? Apple has a history of suing those it believes wrongfully obtained trade secrets even if that means alienating some of the public.
Founder of the contrarian culture blog network says Facebook so overwhelmingly dominates sharing on its titles, it's been willing to cut Twitter and StumbleUpon buttons altogether.
Professional-networking site takes preemptive measure to prevent users whose data was exposed in Gawker breach from having their LinkedIn accounts hijacked.
Here's the skinny on what happened at Gawker, what to do if you might be affected, and what you should do to protect yourself when using any Web site.
Using a single sign-in service like Login for Facebook can eliminate the need to remember multiple passwords, but you still have to make sure you don't get phished.
This week: Gawker gets hacked, and some of us are among the victims. Play along at home as we search for our e-mail addresses in the leaked username database. Later, we've got some more holiday gift ideas, and even a cool collection of prank packages to hide your goodies in.