Reminder: You Don't Have to Tell Police Your Phone Passcode 

By all means, try to avoid getting arrested. But if you do end up in trouble with the law, remember that you don’t have to give police your phone passcode ever. Forcing people to self-incriminate is unconstitutional, which is why a Pennsylvania court just ruled that forcing people to reveal phone passwords violates… »9/25/15 1:20pm9/25/15 1:20pm

You Can Get Arrested in Denmark Just for Spreading Information About Popcorn Time 

“Netflix for torrents” service Popcorn Time has always dealt with legal threats from copyright holders. Since it launched in 2014, its original founders bounced so they didn’t have to deal with copyright headaches, and European regulators suspended its domain. But now, even people spreading information about Popcorn… »8/19/15 3:31pm8/19/15 3:31pm

How to Get Your Bike Back After It's Been Stolen

Bike theft is a major problem throughout America with an estimated 800,000 to 2 million bikes going missing each year. That's a cost of nearly $50 million—and that's just the small minority of thefts that are actually reported. And with ever increasing numbers of urban commuters forgoing cars for bikes, this silent… »5/10/14 12:00pm5/10/14 12:00pm