Google may have just made one of its biggest and most controversial stands against troubled telco provider Huawei this week. Continue reading Google Deliver Crippling Blow to Huawei.
The UK government is taking a hard line when it comes to online safety, appointing what it claims is the world’s first independent regulator to keep social media companies in check. Continue reading UK: Social Media Will Be Regulated
In a 118-page complaint filed Tuesday in San Francisco federal court, Facebook accused BlackBerry of stealing its voice messaging technology, among other patented processes. Continue reading Facebook Accuses BlackBerry of Stealing Voice-Messaging Tech
The European Commission will propose new laws on Wednesday giving Google, Facebook, Twitter and other Internet companies one hour to remove extremist content or face fines. Continue reading EU Pushes Internet Firms to Remove Extremist Content in 1 Hour
“My personal challenge for 2018 has been to fix the most important issues facing Facebook — whether that’s defending against election interference by nation states, protecting our community from abuse and harm, or making sure people have control of their information,” Continue reading Mark Zuckerberg to Highlight Steps Taken to ‘Fix Facebook’
Over the past few months, WhatsApp has drawn flak over its use in spreading fake news through its platform that have even incited incidents of mob-lynching in various parts of the country. Continue reading WhatsApp Says “No” to Indian Government’s Demands
This model seemed harmless enough in the beginning. But over the years it’s morphed into a massive information-gathering machine fueled by the personal data of its users. Continue reading Will Europe’s Looming Tech Rules Prove to Be a Template for the World?
The class will consist of Facebook users in Illinois for whom Facebook created and stored facial recognition algorithms after June 7, 2011, Donato ruled. Continue reading Facebook Must Face Class Action Over Facial Recognition: US Judge
Stand up for Whopper Neutrality – the same burger for everyone, served in order. Continue reading Net Neutrality Was Repealed – Here’s How Burger King Illustrated The Consequences.
…an adviser to the top European Union court said any data protection authority in the bloc had the power to take action against it for breaching privacy laws. Continue reading Facebook Dealt Setback by EU Court Adviser in Privacy Dispute
Qualcomm Inc has sued Apple Inc, alleging that it violated a software licence contract to benefit rival chipmaker Intel Corp for making broadband modems… Continue reading Qualcomm Sues Apple for Breach of Contract
Apple, Volkswagen, BMW, and Daimler have warned EU regulators that adopting patent fee guidelines which favour a Value-Added fee structure could hurt consumers and hinder innovation. Continue reading FSA Warns EU Over Value-Added Patent Fee Structure