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"Sometimes it is necessary to protect the superfluous in order to preserve the necessary."

The Supreme Court ruled a Pennsylvania high school violated a student's First Amendment rights when it punished her for posting a profane message on Snapchat.

A Taqueria in South El Monte is now accepting Bitcoin for carnitas.

LAPD launches investigation into officers' relationship with Ring.

Bird and Spin release new electric vehicles amid pressure to catch up to Lime.

Comcast lands a deal to stream Peacock on Amazon devices, in time for Olympics.

ViacomCBS names MTV executive as streaming unit's programming head.

John McAfee, antivirus software creator, is found dead in Spanish jail.

YouTube's audience on TVs soars, but TV advertisers go slow.

Inside Comcast's plan to become a streaming giant.

NASA chief reminds Congress they're the ones not funding a lunar lander.

SCOTUS: Snapchat Post is Protected Free Speech

The Supreme Court ruled in an 8-1 decision that the punishment imposed by a school against a cheerleader for her profane Snapchat post was too severe.

Bionaut Moves Forward with Treatment for Brain and Spinal Tumors

Bionaut Labs, the Los Angeles startup behind tiny micro-robots that can swim through the body and deliver therapeutics, gained a special drug designation from Food and Drug Administration that could speed up its clinical trials.

Encantos Snags Former Girl Scouts of America CEO

Culver City-based Encantos, an edtech startup, has brought on a former Girl Scouts of America CEO as its chief impact officer. Anna Maria Chávez was the first woman of color to head the Girl Scouts.

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