A California bill would let parents sue social media companies who fail to protect children from addiction.
A US-backed digital currency has pros and cons, and could take 5-10 years to launch.
Cities are still grappling with e-scooters. Or, more accurately, people who aren’t riding them safely.
California is banning gas-powered mowers and blowers. With training, that could ultimately save landscapers money.
San Fran’s got some grand (translation: expensive) plans for its garbage cans.
Plus: Americans aren’t big readers and Israeli firms are hot.
Plus: Walmart braces for impact, Amazon pays Chicago for locker space, and container oligopolies are a thing.
As crypto companies forge into bank-like services, regulators are being forced to take action.
Plus: The Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest makes bank and toy prices go up.
The US government opened a formal investigation into Tesla’s autonomous driving system following a series of crashes with parked emergency vehicles.
Since 2013, the feds have seized and auctioned off ~$7B worth of bitcoin.
Could a crowdsourced health site solve public distrust in the CDC?
Elon Musk went to court to defend Tesla’s $2.6B acquisition of SolarCity.
Quantum hacking will completely compromise the existing security infrastructure of the internet. Arqit is building a solution.
5 proposed bills from US lawmakers will take on Big Tech -- Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google -- by making it harder for them to acquire new businesses and force them to even the playing field.
A roundup of the week’s most interesting numbers, with insights from Nestle, lawyers bullying Amazon, and another cargo ship making waves.