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Does Social Media Need Its Own CAN-SPAM Act?

The data controversy enveloping Facebook created by Cambridge Analytica’s harvesting of 50 million Facebook user’s data has put a spotlight on two questions: What type of privacy protections do digital tech companies owe their users? And
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More tech companies sue FCC over net neutrality

The internet isn't letting net neutrality disappear without a fight.  Several big tech companies, including Etsy, Expa, Kickstarter, Automattic, Foursquare, and Shutterstock, filed a petition on Monday with the Court of Appeals for the D.C.
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Uber is the latest to join big tech’s race into healthcare

Healthcare is big business, and tech companies don't want to miss out just because they're busy building smartphones, apps, and self-driving cars. Uber announced its new Uber Health platform Thursday. It's a way for healthcare organizations to order
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EU to tech companies: you have one hour to remove terrorist content

When it comes to dangerous content online, the European Union is not messing around. Per a new set of guidelines announced by the European Union on Thursday, tech companies including Google, Facebook, and Twitter will have just one hour to remove "
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Neil Young has a bone to pick with Google, Amazon and Facebook

Neil Young has had it with major tech companies undervaluing musicians. The legendary musician delivered an emotional, targeted rant at Google, Facebook, Amazon and similar tech giants on Friday, accusing them of underpaying artists. SEE ALSO: Will
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The IT slowdown, should you be worried?

From:   By: Pradyumna Nag Via: The IT slowdown, should you be worried?
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Prising open a new market

From: Buisness-standard By Sangeeta Tanwar Recommended by: business-standard Technology company Intel has unveiled its first consumer-facing campaign for India. The campaign looks to demonstrate how Intel-powered personal