Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) on Monday praised a U.S. government panel’s decision to order Qualcomm Inc. to delay its shareholder meeting this week to allow for more time to review Broadcom Ltd.’s takeover bid.
Facial recognition is China’s hottest new technology, but it raises issues concerning personal security as the communist government works to track individuals, create detailed profiles, and assign “social credit” scores.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai on Thursday canceled an upcoming appearance at a tech industry trade show after receiving death threats.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday considered a major case concerning the Fourth Amendment, discussing privacy in the digital age and how to apply established legal rules to rapidly changing technology.
The Supreme Court has created a new online system where the public can view legal filings for free.
Health tech company Theranos Inc. and its embattled CEO, Elizabeth Holmes, settled with drugstore giant Walgreen Co. for more than $25 million, marking the company’s latest settlement in a stream of lawsuits from companies, regulators, and investors.
Apple has altered its app offerings in China, responding to demands from the Chinese government that aim to restrict software developers from providing customers with unfiltered internet use.
Computer expert Imran Awan, who was formerly employed by several congressional Democrats, only had Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) paying him after he was accused of stealing computers and data systems in February.
Senator Cory Booker called for the government to investigate actions taken by tech giants Amazon and Google, two companies that have long had financial and personal ties to the New Jersey Democrat.