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Trump's FCC Chair

Trump's FCC Chair He is vehemently opposed to net neutrality.So what is net neutrality?

Subaru joins growing list of companies allowed to test autonomous tech in California

Subaru joins growing list of companies allowed to test autonomous tech in California Soon, the question won’t be who is allowed to test self-driving cars in California, but rather who hasn’t made the cut.On Friday, the California DMV added Subaru to the ever growing list of companies that have clearance to test autonomous driving technology.

Spending spree: Samsung rumored to have $1 billion put aside to buy AI companies

Spending spree: Samsung rumored to have $1 billion put aside to buy AI companies offices, says it has a $1 billion budget put aside for buying up exciting firms working on AI.The massive sum won’t only be used for acquisitions, but also to invest in companies involved in AI.

The FCC just rolled back some of its privacy rules, reversing previous positions

The FCC just rolled back some of its privacy rules, reversing previous positions The FCC is under new leadership, and it’s looking to scale back some of the privacy regulations of the previous administration.On Friday, the newly appointed chairman of the Federal Communications Commission asked the organization to delay a set of the privacy rules that was initially slated to take effect next week.

Wikileaks says it wants to help tech companies thwart CIA hacking

Wikileaks says it wants to help tech companies thwart CIA hacking "We have decided to work with them, to give them some exclusive access to some of the technical details we have, so that fixes can be pushed out," he said during a Facebook Live news conference on Thursday.The documents, allegedly part one in a series of document dumps to come, said the CIA has long been in a bureaucratic battle with the NSA.

Wikileaks has hit some snags in its efforts to cooperate on fixing CIA hacks

Wikileaks has hit some snags in its efforts to cooperate on fixing CIA hacks When Wikileaks released its cache of CIA documents earlier in March, it held back the details on zero-day exploits that would allow cybercriminals to access vulnerabilities in computer equipment used by the American public.That was a welcome tactic, theoretically, but it has apparently run into some snags.

anon overcomes his fears

anon overcomes his fears No.1 879942Anonymous1 hr.

Advertisers squeeze Google over ads running ahead of extremist YouTube content

Advertisers squeeze Google over ads running ahead of extremist YouTube content Buy our stuff, then enjoy this rant Google is scrambling to find a solution to a problem that could end up costing it millions in revenue.Big companies are pulling their ads from YouTube after reports that some of their marketing efforts were running ahead of videos espousing extremism and hate.

The Apple of customers’ eye: Survey dubs iPhone maker “most intimate brand”

The Apple of customers’ eye: Survey dubs iPhone maker “most intimate brand” In the survey, a number of questions were posed in an attempt to measure the emotional connection people feel with a brand — and Apple took the top spot.More: Apple bars price references on new titles appearing in the App Store There’s an interesting trend here.

Traditional automakers lead the way on self-driving cars, study reveals

Traditional automakers lead the way on self-driving cars, study reveals That’s the conclusion of a new Navigant Research study ranking companies’ progress in developing self-driving cars, and their perceived ability to bring autonomous driving to the consumer market.More: Going for a ride in Ford’s self-driving car In a previous study published in 2015 that didn’t include tech companies, Ford placed outside the top five.

LeEco’s $2 billion acquisition of Vizio has officially been called off

LeEco’s $2 billion acquisition of Vizio has officially been called off Last year, LeEco — also known as the “Netflix of China” — announced it planned to acquire American TV manufacturer Vizio in a $2 billion deal.Since the initial announcement, the deal has run into trouble with Chinese regulators and now the companies announced that “regulatory headwinds” have caused them to cancel the deal.