White House Report On Big Data Calls For Email Privacy Reform

The White House this week released a report on big data in which it calls for an update to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA). The act, which should in fact be called the Electronic Communications Lack Of Privacy Act, is sorely in need of reform. Read More

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White House Report On Big Data Calls For Email Privacy Reform

The White House this week released a report on big data in which it calls for an update to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA). The act, which should in fact be called the Electronic Communications Lack Of Privacy Act, is sorely in need of reform. Read More

Congress Takes Up Email Privacy Reform. Again.

Two bills, one apiece in the upper and lower chambers of Congress, were introduced today aimed at reforming email privacy. They mark another attempt by the nation’s legislative bodies at reforming the requirements that the government must meet to read your digital missives. Read More

Why Congress Has to Update Email Privacy Law

It's time for Congress to follow the Sixth Circuit's lead and update one of the main online privacy laws—the Electronic Privacy Communications Act (ECPA). Read more...    

Poll Indicates Broad Support For Email Privacy Overhaul

While we argue about how to best curtail the NSA, and precisely what constitutes meaningful reform, a gaping privacy hole remains open regarding our email:

California Is Winning The Digital Privacy Fight

Starting in 2016, tech companies can tell law enforcement in California to come back with a warrant for access to digital data. That’s because California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA),

New Microsoft President Brad Smith calls for Privacy Act reform

Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith has only had his new title a few days, but he’s already making waves. In a Microsoft Blog post this morning, Smith opined on the importance of privacy in technology...

Microsoft Urges Reform Of U.S. Government’s Surveillance Practices

In a set of comments regarding “big data,” submitted in response to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) request for public input, Microsoft listed a number of changes to how the U.S.

Three Senators Decry The House’s NSA Bill, Citing “Watered Down” Reform

A trio of Senators wrote an op-ed for the LA Times calling for NSA reform and decrying the bill that passed the House recently as insufficient for the protection of the privacy of U.S. citizens.The Senators, Rand Paul, Mark Udall and Ron Wyden, come from both parties.

Civil liberties group says Microsoft's investigative procedures have 'potential for abuse'

How the Government Will Spy on You If the Patriot Act Dies

The story being spun by the defenders of Section 215 of the Patriot Act and the Obama Administration is that if the law sunsets entirely, the government will lose critical surveillance capabilities. The fearmongering includes President Obama, who said:

Kamala Harris brings a view from tech’s epicenter to the presidential race

Joe Biden’s decision to name California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate in the quest to unseat President Trump means that the next White House could be occupied not only by a Black woman — a historic milestone by any account — but also by someone who built a career in the tech industry’s […]

Court dismisses Genius lawsuit over lyrics-scraping by Google

A state court has dismissed a high-profile case showing unsportsmanlike conduct by Google, which was caught red-handed using lyrics obviously scraped from Genius. Unfortunately for the latter, the complaints amount to a copyright violation — which wasn’t what the plaintiffs alleged,

Daily Crunch: Android phones become earthquake detectors

Google is using accelerometers in an interesting new way, Twitter allows everyone to limit tweet replies and Mozilla announces major layoffs. This is your Daily Crunch for August 11, 2020. The big story:

The next-gen Xbox will ship in November

The last few months have provided a steady trickle of information about the next Xbox console — or the Xbox Series X, as it’s known. We know what it looks like. We know a lot about what’s inside. We know about over a dozen titles currently being built for it. One thing we didn’t know […]

Tesla announces 5 for 1 share split, rallies 8%

Today after the close of regular trading Tesla, a well-known American electric vehicle company, announced that it intends to split its shares 5 for 1. The split announcement comes after a sharp rally in the value of Tesla equity in recent quarters. The company’s shares quickly rallied on the news,

Digital Startup Alley exhibitors: Tune in tomorrow for free media training

Tomorrow’s a big day for early-stage startup founders preparing to exhibit in Digital Startup Alley at Disrupt 2020. We’re kicking off the first of three exclusive, interactive webinars to help exhibitors make the most of their Startup Alley experience. Tune in tomorrow,

‘Stalkerware’ phone spying apps have escaped Google’s ad ban

Several companies offering phone-spying apps — known as “stalkerware” — are still advertising in Google search results, despite the search giant’s ban that took effect today, TechCrunch has found. These controversial apps are often pitched to help parents snoop on their child’s calls, messages,

Foursquare Swarms Over Swarmly

News that a major company or extremely well-funded competitor has launched a new product with a similar or identical name is certainly the kind of thing that keeps startup founders up at night. Well, the former has just happened to location sharing UK startup Swarmly Read More

KidAdmit Wants To Take The Hassle Out Of Applying For Preschools In The Bay Area

Applying to pre school in San Francisco is not that different from when you may have applied to college fifteen years ago. You have to complete a bunch of applications, either by hand, or print them out from an online application,

Sphero And Ollie Robotic Toy Maker Orbotix Has Raised Another $20M, Say Sources

Orbotix, the company that makes fast-moving, robotic toys that you control with smartphone apps, has raised another $20 million in funding, TechCrunch has learned and confirmed with a reliable source. This brings the total raised by maker of the popular Sphero ball to $35 million,

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Every Game Boy Model From the Past 25 Years

Monday is the 25th anniversary of the original Game Boy's release in Japan. We've come a long way from that green and black screen. Whether you have fond memories playing Tetris, Pokémon, Mario and Luigi or Nintendogs, all of them were on some sort of Nintendo portable system.See also:

全新AMD APU移动版解析 依旧会是英特尔的配角

虽然AMD Kaveri APU的桌面版已经上市相当长的一段时间了,但是移动版一直没有什么动静。

传诺基亚Roadrunner新设备正在开发中 或为可穿戴设备?

诺基亚的设备与服务部门现已收归微软所有,来自evleaks的消息,据说诺基亚当前正在开发代号为“Roadrunner”的新设备。

B-2 Spirit: America's Best Airplane Since the SR-71

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the D-2 Spirit's inaugural flight. Through its quarter-century of service, the original Stealth Bomber has earned its place among the most elite warbirds in the USAF fleet and remains a vital weapon of the US arsenal to this day.

Sony to launch Bravia S90 curved 4K TV at IFA

The technology firm has announced that it will launch its first curved 4K set at the event in Berlin next month, and that it will feature football and social-viewing modes.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/08/07/sony-launch-bravia-s90-curved-4k-tv-ifa/

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