UK government warned to act fast on Brexit risks

 A UK parliamentary committee looking at issues pertaining to the digital economy has warned of multiple risks in the wake of last month’s referendum vote to leave the European Union. … Continue Reading →


Can the Airbnb regulatory nightmare be solved with more tech?

 Sharing economy startups like Airbnb and Uber have gone nuclear to defend their business model, suing city governments or shuttering their services entirely when they don’t get their way. Airbnb recently sued the … Continue Reading →


Austin police are now impounding drivers in the peer-to-peer ridesharing group

 Austin’s transportation saga just keeps getting more interesting. Last week, we wrote about a 30,000 member Facebook group that had formed in Austin to help facilitate ride requests in the absence of … Continue Reading →