FTC Has Power to Prosecute Companies over Slack Online Security

FTC Has Power to Prosecute Companies over Slack Online Security

By Carrie Ann - Aug 26, 2015

A federal appeals court on Monday has ruled that the Federal Trade Commission does have the right to prosecute companies who fail to protect customer information. The Philadelphia-

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Microsoft Under Scrutiny By The Chinese Government, Faces Antitrust Probe

Microsoft Under Scrutiny By The Chinese Government, Faces Antitrust Probe

By Anna Domanska - Jul 30, 2014

In the latest of a growing number of competition probes that have unnerved U.S. technology companies in China, a Chinese regulator has opened an anti-monopoly probe into Microsoft

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Facebook tweaks privacy policies for new users to make posts less public

Facebook tweaks privacy policies for new users to make posts less public

By Anna Domanska - May 26, 2014

With reports of security breaches at companies and revelations of government spying on citizens becoming common, the popular social media site Facebook has now changed directions.

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Tech firms to routinely notify users of secret data demands

Tech firms to routinely notify users of secret data demands

By Christy Gren - May 03, 2014

Major technology companies like Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple and others have reportedly decided to cease the practice of quietly yielding to the demands from the government f

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