With the myriad of data scandals plaguing our news feeds over the past few years, a tech insider wants to take a stab at privacy legislation.
Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile are facing unhappy customers after selling real-time location data to third party businesses.
The San Francisco District Attorney enlisted Code For America to eliminate barriers that were limiting the office’s ability to pardon people with possession charges before marijuana was legalized in California.
New York City aims to minimize its carbon footprint by signing legislation requiring plants, solar panels, and/or wind turbines on their roofs.
In an effort to make the lives of border control officers easier, the European Parliament voted to integrate separate databases into one large space for personal identification information.
Amazon Case Suggests Facial Recognition Software Might Not Be For Everyone, Especially the Government
Upcoming vote will determine whether facial recognition software will be sold to governments in the future.
In an effort to reinstate net neutrality, the House kept the Save the Internet Act alive. But it will have to get through a Republican Senate and White House to become law.
Law enforcement officers are employing Google’s Sensorvault database to provide new information and help them solve cases after they’ve run out leads.
The DETOUR Act aims to help companies clean up their privacy policies and increase data privacy for users.
Proposed legislation aims to crack down on criminal behavior committed by company executives, and to give smaller businesses a better shot at success.