A recent bill is proposing stricter net neutrality laws, and the Golden State isn’t happy about it.
As the FTC investigates Facebook’s role in its privacy mishaps, The Washington Post anticipates the company paying trillions in fines.
Updates to safety-focused building codes NFPA 72 and 2015 International Business Code mean proper responses to emergency situations.
Among the investigation of Russian’s interference with the 2016 presidential election, TechCrunch suggests that America should consider a Department of Cybersecurity.
While digital giant is allowed to pass data to detectives during an investigation, Google users’ and decision makers’ right to privacy might be at risk.
Now that the CLOUD Act has passed, law enforcement is able to collect messages and data without issuing a warrant.
On March 22, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) votes on eliminating the personal restriction cell signal boosters from a 2013 ruling. Manufacturers SureCall and Wilson Electronics weigh in.
U.S. District Court in Illinois granted a request for the ClearOne patent infringement case against Shure related to beamforming mic conferencing system.
Companies like Sennheiser are applauding the new Order of Reconsideration from the FCC, which will provide more freedom to wireless audio manufacturers and users concerning spectrum bandwidth.
The Section 508 Refresh introduces a new set of web accessibility regulations that must be followed by any organization that is a part of or funded by the federal government.