California man first to be convicted under state’s revenge porn law

A Los Angeles man has been sentenced to one year in jail for violating California’s revenge porn law by posting topless photos of his ex-girlfriend on her employer’s Facebook page. Noe Iniguez’s conviction was the city attorney’s first under the revenge porn law. He was charged with three criminal counts: two restraining order violations and…

Germany ponders ground-breaking law to combat work-related stress

The continent of siestas and vacances, Europe used to pride itself on its healthy work-life balance. But as surveys show that increasing numbers of Europeans struggle to stop work encroaching on their private lives, governments are pondering whether the state should do more to protect workers from stress. Unions have repeatedly raised concerns that the…