Street artist Shepard Fairey has been handed a $25,000 fine, 300 hours of community service and two years of probation for destroying evidence in his high-profile copyright case with The Associated
Radio frequency identification devices are a daily part of the electronic age, and are fast becoming a part of passports and payment cards and are widely expected to replace bar-code labels on cons
Google is offering YouTube users a way to blur the faces in videos, calling it a way to protect dissidents and kids.
A New York judge has ordered Twitter to divulge the tweets and account information allegedly connected to an Occupy protester. The case, which the judge called one of “first impression,”