Estate planning basics for founders and entrepreneurs

Renee Fry Contributor Share on Twitter Renee Fry is the founder and CEO of Gentreo, an online estate planning company. When you’re wearing multiple hats while managing your startup’s operations, there’s hardly any time to stop and think about what would happen if things were to go catastrophically wrong. You probably don’t consider the consequences […]

Bipartisan bill seeks to curb recommendation algorithms

Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Toyota’s first battery EV has 280-mile range and a solar roof option ‘Project Cambria’ is a high-end VR headset designed for Facebook’s metaverse A bipartisan group of House lawmakers has introduced legislation that would give people more control over […]

Bringing it in-house: What to look for when hiring a general counsel

Tim Parilla Contributor Share on Twitter Tim Parilla is LinkSquares’ chief legal officer. More posts by this contributor How to make sure your legal team is M&A ready A recent Corporate Counsel article highlighted a growing trend: More senior legal leaders are migrating to startups to take on general counsel roles. For some, it’s an […]

A popular smart home security system can be remotely disarmed, researchers say

A cybersecurity company says a popular smart home security system has a pair of vulnerabilities that can be exploited to disarm the system altogether. Rapid7 found the vulnerabilities in the Fortress S03, a home security system that relies on Wi-Fi to connect cameras, motion sensors, and sirens to the internet, allowing owners to remotely monitor […]

Introducing the Open Cap Table Coalition

Aron Solomon Contributor Aron Solomon, J.D., is the head of Strategy for Esquire Digital and the editor of Today’s Esquire. He has taught entrepreneurship at McGill University and the University of Pennsylvania, and was the founder of LegalX, a legal technology accelerator. On Tuesday, the Open Cap Table Coalition announced its launch through an inaugural […]

Court orders US Capitol rioter to unlock his laptop ‘with his face’

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has ordered a man accused of participating in the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6 to unlock his laptop “with his face” after prosecutors argued that the laptop likely contains video footage that would incriminate him in the attempted insurrection. Guy Reffitt was arrested in late January, three weeks […]