Google uses many freelancers for a variety of services, but these workers don’t receive the same salary, benefit, or professional treatment as their full-time counterparts even when they work consistently.
The recent lawsuit issued by the University of California Santa Barbara sparked attention to patent enforcement issues in the retail industry.
Major technology companies are fighting against U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s suggestion that encryption backdoors be installed in personal devices, while users should just accept the risk of this potential mandate.
Large tech companies working on autonomous and electric vehicles are bringing Chinese competitors to court over alleged intellectual property thefts.
A new report and recommendations made by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission may help the country better understand how these big tech companies work, and how they might spread the wealth to other organizations.
Part of the Oregon Department of Corrections’ push for tougher security includes banning basic guides to computer programming.
After the recent ruling in the Supreme Court, it will be hard to argue that social media platforms are public forums tied to First Amendment requirements.
The Trump Administration is further expanding the vetting process for immigrants by increasing the amount of information they must provide.
Concerns about net neutrality rules are on the rise while the European government works with telcos to develop new ones.
The newly passed TRACED bill will cut down on robocalls, and boost penalties for parties that continue to pester the country with them.