Lawmakers signal changes for big tech in antitrust hearings
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Policy & legislation

Lawmakers signal changes for big tech in antitrust hearings

Legislators warn large companies against anticompetitive practices
26 Feb 2021
President Biden and Senator Schumer ready semiconductor supply chain initiatives
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Hardware

President Biden and Senator Schumer ready semiconductor supply chain initiatives

Majority Leader primes pump for $100 billion in science and technology funding
24 Feb 2021
President Biden picks Jessica Rosenworcel as acting FCC chief
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Policy & legislation

President Biden picks Jessica Rosenworcel as acting FCC chief

Communications lawyer is a long-time advocate for equitable broadband
22 Jan 2021
Department of Defense appoints John Sherman as acting CIO
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Department of Defense appoints John Sherman as acting CIO

Cloud modernization and SolarWinds fallout likely to top his to-do list
21 Jan 2021
The IT Pro Podcast: What does Joe Biden have in store for tech?
Policy & legislation

The IT Pro Podcast: What does Joe Biden have in store for tech?

The president-elect faces a tough term ahead of him, and tech policy is sure to be on the agenda
13 Nov 2020
What is EU-US Privacy Shield?
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What is EU-US Privacy Shield?

A look at the now invalidated framework US companies relied on to transfer data to and from the European Union
20 Jul 2020
What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?
Network & Internet

What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?

As enforcement begins, we examine the groundbreaking new data law that's often referred to as "America's GDPR"
1 Jul 2020
The IT Pro Podcast: Beating Trump on tech
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The IT Pro Podcast: Beating Trump on tech

With Bernie and Biden still slugging it out for the Democratic nomination, what impact will the US election have on tech?
27 Mar 2020
FBI takes down British site in a bizarre case of mistaken identity
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FBI takes down British site in a bizarre case of mistaken identity

A Brighton-based firm was shocked to learn its domain was seized by the US authorities last week
28 Feb 2020
Huawei faces 16 charges spanning IP theft to fraud
Network & Internet

Huawei faces 16 charges spanning IP theft to fraud

US officials break down a wave of new accusations, claiming the Chinese firm engaged in racketeering
14 Feb 2020
Breaking the ICE: How future tech employees could influence government contracts
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Breaking the ICE: How future tech employees could influence government contracts

Organisations could face a recruitment crisis as students pledge not to work for those selling tech to US immigration control
12 Feb 2020
Will Elizabeth Warren Break Up Big Tech?
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Will Elizabeth Warren Break Up Big Tech?

The Democratic Party hopeful has taken aim at the giants of the tech industry, but what does this mean in practice?
31 Jan 2020
What can Silicon Valley learn from the rest of the world?
Business strategy

What can Silicon Valley learn from the rest of the world?

It may be a beacon of technical innovation, but the Bay Area would do well to take some tips from elsewhere
30 Jan 2020
What can the rest of the world learn from Silicon Valley?
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What can the rest of the world learn from Silicon Valley?

The Bay Area is a major tech hub for good reason, and there are lessons to be learned from it
27 Jan 2020
The Story Behind Trump's Tech Tariffs
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The Story Behind Trump's Tech Tariffs

Who'd want to be the CEO at a US tech company these days?
25 Jan 2020
How Bank of America uses AI to improve customer service and take on competitors
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How Bank of America uses AI to improve customer service and take on competitors

From its chatbot to fraud detection and trading data analysis, BoA is embracing artificial intelligence in a big way
22 Jan 2020
Box CEO: Most internet users will ditch privacy for online services
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Box CEO: Most internet users will ditch privacy for online services

Exec claims introduction of Californian privacy act won't have much of an impact on businesses
3 Jan 2020
What is Google Fiber?
Network & Internet

What is Google Fiber?

 We look at the history of Google Fiber, how it works, where it’s available now and where it’s coming to next ...
2 Jan 2020
What is the National Cybersecurity Protection System (NCPS)?
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What is the National Cybersecurity Protection System (NCPS)?

 Find out how the US Government is using centralised systems to fight cyber threats...
29 Dec 2019
California bans police use of facial recognition until 2030
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Policy & legislation

California bans police use of facial recognition until 2030

California sets a precedent for facial recognition and biometric tech use in law enforcement
10 Oct 2019
US blacklists Chinese surveillance firms over Uyghur abuse
Policy & legislation

US blacklists Chinese surveillance firms over Uyghur abuse

The US stops trade with 28 entities which targeted Uyghur Muslims with AI surveillance tech
8 Oct 2019
UK and US plead with Mark Zuckerberg to bin encryption plans
Encryption
Security

UK and US plead with Mark Zuckerberg to bin encryption plans

Home secretary pens open letter to the Facebook chief as the nations strike historic data-access agreement
4 Oct 2019
The best US tech companies to work for (and why)
Careers & training

The best US tech companies to work for (and why)

We peruse some of America's top-rated technology companies graded on Glassdoor
30 Sep 2019