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Netflix Has Replaced Google as the Face of Net Neutrality

Google got burned by both sides after engaging in 2010's open-Internet fight. Will Netflix suffer the same fate?

Feds Investigate 'Discrimination by Algorithm'

The Federal Trade Commission puts the pernicious side of big data under the microscope.

 

Civil-Liberties Groups Reject Senate Spy Reform

Anti-surveillance hardliners announced Monday their opposition to the USA Freedom Act.

FBI's Facial-Recognition Technology Has Achieved 'Full Operational Capability'

No turning back: Next-gen facial-recognition technology has arrived, despite concerns from privacy groups.

Fitbit Hires Lobbyists After Privacy Controversy

The company that makes health-tracking bracelets came under fire from Sen. Chuck Schumer. 

Teaching the Digital Native

Children who grow up with modern technology must be taught through that technology...and then learn to think past it.

Congress's Fight for Your Right to Yelp

Rep. Eric Swalwell will introduce legislation that would make it illegal for businesses to fine customers for writing negative online reviews.

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Netflix Has Replaced Google as the Face of Net Neutrality

Google got burned by both sides after engaging in 2010's open-Internet fight. Will Netflix suffer the same fate?

Feds Investigate 'Discrimination by Algorithm'

The Federal Trade Commission puts the pernicious side of big data under the microscope.

 

Civil-Liberties Groups Reject Senate Spy Reform

Anti-surveillance hardliners announced Monday their opposition to the USA Freedom Act.

FBI's Facial-Recognition Technology Has Achieved 'Full Operational Capability'

No turning back: Next-gen facial-recognition technology has arrived, despite concerns from privacy groups.

Fitbit Hires Lobbyists After Privacy Controversy

The company that makes health-tracking bracelets came under fire from Sen. Chuck Schumer. 

Teaching the Digital Native

Children who grow up with modern technology must be taught through that technology...and then learn to think past it.

Congress's Fight for Your Right to Yelp

Rep. Eric Swalwell will introduce legislation that would make it illegal for businesses to fine customers for writing negative online reviews.

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