While a new facial recognition app helps law enforcement track down criminals, it increases the worry that people’s privacy is at risk.
As decision makers move into the new year, those who do business with California should be aware of how the new law will affect their privacy rights.
The search engine is being accused of mistreating buyers, which might cost it big time, thanks to a fine imposed by France.
With many organizations not allowing customers to repair technology they purchased, people are finding it more difficult to take care of their items – including the U.S. military.
Amazon is reportedly an unsafe place to work, minimizing injuries and downplaying liabilities while refusing to keep data about work safety.
Claiming that the ride-sharing company misclassified its drivers as independent contractors, New Jersey is asking Uber to pay big bills.
One organization is urging countries that use autonomous robotics in warfare to consider regulations that can keep humans safer and in control.
While some experts think voting apps will improve the current voting system and up turnout, others feel they will introduce serious security risks.
The American Civil Liberties Union points to cases where the U.S. government is using facial recognition technology to collect data about people without their knowledge.
Limiting Noncompete Agreements Worked for Silicon Valley – Could This Work for the Rest of the Country?
A recent legislation proposal to limit the use of noncompete agreements might give American workers a leg up, like it did to California and Silicon Valley.