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The U.S. Senate wants to limit the FCC’s ability to regulate ISP data policies

The U.S. Senate wants to limit the FCC’s ability to regulate ISP data policies Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to impose new rules that require internet service providers (ISPs) to gain user consent before sharing certain data with third parties.Now, Congress is stepping in to address the rules’ status, with Senate Republicans introducing legislation that would do away with the rules altogether.

Apple is strictly enforcing its rules against third-party app update services

Apple is strictly enforcing its rules against third-party app update services 2 of the Apple Developer Program License Agreement, and the App Store Review Guideline 2.io will perhaps be most affected by the new rules.

Drones: Canada imposes strict new rules following a jump in dangerous incidents

Drones: Canada imposes strict new rules following a jump in dangerous incidents Announced on Thursday by Canadian transport minister Marc Garneau, the new regulations place strict limitations on drone flights close to people, animals, and buildings.The rules, aimed specifically at non-commercial drone flights, also stipulate that the machines should be kept well clear of airports.

Old Anon's Dying Message

Old Anon's Dying Message I' m on my way out for health reasons (anybody got a spare kidney?Iwouldn' t particularly care what happens after I' m gone were it not for a fewthings.

U.S. Senate votes to allow internet service providers to sell your private data

U.S. Senate votes to allow internet service providers to sell your private data In October, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) established broadband privacy rules that require internet service providers (ISPs) to obtain consent from subscribers before selling their private data to third-party advertisers.The vote was essentially the Republican party versus the Democratic party, with the Republicans winning the vote, 50 to 48.

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe

Congress agrees to nuke the FCC’s privacy rule but your data remains safe The decision follows one made by the Senate last week, which narrowly voted to repeal the privacy rules.The FCC set rules in place forcing ISPs to provide opt-in/opt-out options regarding the use of personal subscriber data by third-party companies.

Remember the Mac Pro? So does Apple, and it says a new one is on the way

Remember the Mac Pro? So does Apple, and it says a new one is on the way While Apple’s iPhones, iPads and MacBooks are selling like hotcakes, its main desktop model, the Mac Pro, is sitting in a corner all by itself, lonely and unloved.No, instead, there’s going to be a new Mac Pro – and also a new external display, despite reports to the contrary – but, it’s not coming to market this year.

9 ways the MLB can make baseball more exciting

9 ways the MLB can make baseball more exciting And not to mention the games are usually like three and a half hours long.Okay so baseball is boring!

Atlus has some unique rules about streaming ‘Persona 5’ to avoid spoilers

Atlus has some unique rules about streaming ‘Persona 5’ to avoid spoilers Persona 5 developer and publisher Atlus posted a message on its official site on Tuesday, dictating some rules about streaming and video for the game — and they’re pretty strange.” The guidelines request that players not reveal plot spoilers or details about the endings to the game’s dungeons.

Boys rule girls drool

Boys rule girls drool That's one hell of a military career 21 hrs agoAre you uncomfortable yet?part 7 19 hrs agoQuick, while the British are asleep upvote iced tea 17 hrs agoThrough the Fire and Flames GMV 21 hrs agoWhat is this , trash for losers?