The demand comes after more than two years of bellyaching and a ban from government devices
TikTok has almost 100 million active users in the US
It awarded $40 million to build a new version instead
What just happened? The controversial deal between Microsoft and the US Army for the military branch to buy 6,900 HoloLens-based headsets at the cost of $400 million has been blocked by congress. As a consolation, the government approved $40 million for Microsoft to build a new and improved version that soldiers will hopefully hate less.
"Fix your companies. Or congress will"
The NHTSA still needs to iron out the details
Bill attempts to fight content curation through algorithms that use personal data
Large platforms would have to allow customers and businesses to use third-party alternatives
Senators promise to re-introduce legislation to prevent platforms from causing harm to children's wellbeing
Android and iOS cannot have any permanently installed apps
The Data Protection Agency would investigate any mishandling of consumer data
EFF supports, but wants DNS to remain decentralized
Congress wants input on self-driving car cybersecurity, privacy, and more
Senator introduces bill to combat 'internet addiction'
This is clearly not a partisan issue
The company's argument against being regulated amounts to not much more than scare tactics
Rumors of continued work lain to rest by sworn testimony
Lawmakers want answers, including how the commission calculated the fine
Bill proposes extended rules for how FCC handles violators and carriers
Steeper fines, longer statute of limitations, and a mandate to authenticate and block automated calls
NSA quietly stops controversial mass phone surveillance program after public outcry and widespread technical issues
The program is set to expire in December and Congress likely won't renew it
'It's a limited effort internally currently.'
Congress wants answers in two weeks
Topics will include alleged bias against conservatives
Can net neutrality make a comeback?
Also, water is wet.