Legal News, Page 15 ▼

JIC iPhone Case Lets You Record Conversations Discreetly

01/31/2016, Sometimes your friend or family member says something to you on the phone that’s clever or funny, but the minute you hang up you forgot what it was that they said. Times like this makes you wish you could just record your conversations, right? The good...

Facebook To Ban Private Firearm Transactions On Its Site

01/29/2016, Facebook, apart from being a social media website, can also be used to perform transactions. Sellers could post what they are selling on Facebook groups, and interested buyers can contact them and arrange a meeting, or make a direct deposit in which the...

Father Arrested After Confiscating His Daughter’s iPhone

01/27/2016, Have you ever had a parent confiscate something from you because you were doing something wrong? We’re sure many of us have, but we doubt that many of us have had it escalate to the point of a father, Ronald Jackson, being arrested and sent to jail for...

New York Bans Hoverboards From Subways And Stations

01/27/2016, Over in New York, “hoverboards” (or self-balancing scooters which is what they really are) are considered illegal if you ride them out in public. However it seems that if you are transporting your hoverboard, the best way to do it would be to either...

Japan To Designate Certain Areas Specifically For Drones

01/26/2016, As some of you guys might have heard, last year there was a bit of a drone scare in Japan in which a drone carrying radioactive material landed on the roof of the Prime Minister’s office. So much so that in Japan, they have launched drones to help catch...

Fake Apple Stores In China Are On The Decline

01/26/2016, Due to stricter copyright laws and laws to protect intellectual property in the US, finding a fake Apple retail store is next to impossible. However over in China, such stores used to run rampant several years ago where not only did the shops look like...

Posting Images Of Weed On Instagram Could Land You In Jail

01/26/2016, It was pretty big news when many states announced that they would be legalizing medical marijuana. To be more specific, 23 states have legalized medical marijuana, while 4 states have legalized it for recreational use as well, which is why it is...

Tokyo Police To Take 3D Mugshots Of Suspects

01/25/2016, The majority of criminal mugshots taken around the world are usually of the 2D variety. Sure, some mugshots get suspects to pose in different angles, such as facing forward, facing the left, and facing the right. However it seems that over in Tokyo,...

World’s Oldest Torrent Is Still Currently Being Shared

01/25/2016, While torrents were perhaps created with good intentions, these days it’s more or less associated with piracy, and it looks like even after more than 10 years, the world’s oldest torrent is actually still active. So which torrent is the world’s...

California Joins New York In Wanting To Ban Encrypted Phones

01/21/2016, When you hear that a phone has encryption has one of its security features, that can only be a good thing, right? Unfortunately for the government, that is only true if they are given backdoor access to your device because if not, they will ban it, or at...

Apple Asks Widow For Court Order For Her Dead Husband’s Password

01/20/2016, Trying to retrieve the Apple ID password of your spouse upon his/her death? You could, but only if you have a court order, or at least that’s what’s being reported according to CBC News. A woman by the name of Peggy Bush had initially asked for the...

Samsung Sued Over Android Updates

01/19/2016, The Dutch Consumentenbond, which happens to be the biggest consumer protection watchdog in The Netherlands, has just filed a suit against South Korean conglomerate Samsung. Samsung, the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, is slapped with the...