A federal district court judge refused to grant summary judgment to the copyright owners of the Star Trek franchise in the infringement suit they brought against the team behind a fan-made, crowdfunded prequel to the original Star Trek television series.

Strict new European Union privacy rules will restrict Internet companies' access to consumers' data.

Brands might soon be able to place video ads within Instagram Stories.

Driving while Snapchatting (or holding your cell phone in your hand for any other possible reason) is now illegal in California.

China is reportedly testing a system that assigns potentially life-altering "scores" to people based on their online activity.

How much about the future of the Internet do you think Bill Gates was able to predict 20 years ago?

The 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee website's privacy policy apparently contains language suggesting it was lifted from a casino website.

A small neighborhood restaurant turned the tables on a Yelp critic.

Concerned about the post-mortem fate of your property, legacy and reputation? Don't forget your digital assets. This New York Times article explains how to make sure your wishes are carried out.

If you spot these apps on your significant other's phone, it might be time to worry.