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Solar industry isnrsquo;t with the manufacturers, says tariffs will kill US jobs.
FTC forces taxi app upstart to let in auditors after complaints of data security cockups Uber and America's trade watchdog have reached a settlement following claims the taxi app maker lied about the extent to which its staff can mine customers' personal info for fun.…
New EchoStar satellite will compete with ViaSat-3 network planned for 2019
Civil libertarians tell Ars theyrsquo;re worried about “mass surveillance expansion.”
Guest Catherine Bracy runs TechEquity, trying to make the tech industry work for everyone.
Staropoli lasts just under nine Mooches The chief information officer of America's Department of Homeland Security has become the latest Trump administration appointee to resign.…
Who's the guy that just got sued for invading privacy? M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E! Disney has been sued in America for allegedly collecting children's personal information without getting parents' approvals.…
Chap who stopped ransomware spread cuffed in Nevada Marcus Hutchins, the unassuming Brit who found and activated the kill switch in the WannaCry ransomware, has been arrested by the FBI in America.…
Hamilton 68 tracks Russian state news and Twitter trolls, shows propaganda trends.
Despite Pai on face, US federal regulator keeps digging DDoS BS hole America's broadband watchdog, the FCC, has continued digging an ever-deeper hole over its claims it was subject to a distributed denial-of-service attack.…
Telematics torched in BMWs, Infinitis, Nissan Leaf and some Fords A bunch of mid-age Ford, Infiniti, Nissan and BMW vehicles are carrying around a vulnerable chipset from Infineon that America's ICS-CERT reckons is easy to exploit.…
Better looking than ever, the cars should be safer and race even closer too.