How to Handle an Intern Who Crosses the Line

The story of Aran Khanna has garnered a lot of attention in recent weeks, as details have surfaced surrounding how and why he lost his prestigious Facebook internship: he created an app that took advantage of a flaw in Facebook's messaging app, allowing him to scrape the location data of any given user (friends or not) and pinpoint their whereabouts within a meter. Though Facebook has known of the flaw for several years, it was Khanna's app's popularity that provoked them to patch it — and the events surrounding his internship have prompted a national debate about Facebook's ability to handle our private data. So why fire him?

Looking for a Summer Job? These Companies Still Have Openings

Between finals, graduations, and the unexpected madness of life, you weren't able to take the time to find a summer job. Now it's July, and you're in a bit of a panic trying to figure out what to do. Well, fear not. There are still jobs out there for the summer, and one might just have your name on it.

It’s the End of Internships as We Know It: Fox Searchlight Ordered to Pay Interns

In a groundbreaking employment case reported by NBC News, a Manhattan Federal District Court Judge ruled in favor of two production interns who worked on the blockbuster film “Black Swan." The ruling comes after a great deal of controversy and concern by the greater human resource community over what constitutes paid vs. unpaid assignments. The judge ruled in favor of the plaintiffs because, “that these internships did not foster an educational environment and that the studio received the benefits of the work.