Several companies offering phone-spying apps — known as “stalkerware” — are still advertising in Google search results, despite the search giant’s ban that took effect today, TechCrunch has found.
Use of the tech needs to be narrower to conform to human rights law, court held.
Human rights organizations have blamed the Belarusian government for widespread outages.
Twitter’s use of the data for advertising purposes was discovered in 2019.
Chris Larsen knows that a crypto mogul spending his own money for a city’s camera surveillance system might sound creepy. He’s here to explain why it’s not.
The sale is “an end-run around the usual legal processes.”
The Senate Judiciary Committee passed the amended version on July 2.
The bill would also make federal funding for state and local law enforcement contingent on the enactment of similar bans.
Location data requires a warrant since 2018; lock screen may now, too.
Pai says power limits and guard band will prevent interference with GPS.
Local hospitals have their own testing sites set up now, but it’s not yet clear if they will be able to handle the extra testing now that the federal help is being withdrawn.
Comcast has won a US Supreme Court case against Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Networks (ESN), dealing a major blow to Allen’s attempt to prove that Comcast’s refusal to carry ESN channels was motivated by racial bias.
Some of the so-called “suspected terrorists” on the government’s “No Fly List” have been banned from boarding a plane for the past 8 years and counting — though they’ve never been charged with any crime.
Egregiously underfunded social studies and civics teachers across the United States have discovered an exciting, shiny new resource that conveniently provides lesson plans, study materials, and even educational seminars geared Read More…