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.
The tech giants are headed to court to settle a 9-year dispute over copyright issues surrounding coding.
The digital charter represents the Prime Minister’s serious efforts to eliminate online extremism that frequently leads to real-world terror.
A new social credit system developed by Hebei’s Higher People’s Court bring Orwellian surveillance to life.
The tech-friendly city made clear in mid-May that its positive relationship with technology does not supercede its desire to resist the slippery slope into a police state.
A recent example of an investor suing a company for the advice given by its artificial intelligence solution losing money highlights the potential downfalls of this type of technology.