FCC Approves Google’s Loon Balloon Wi-Fi Project

The Federal Communications Commission on March 17 gave Google permission to float high-altitude balloons that provide Wi-Fi in 50 states.

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American Workers Rank Last in Problem Solving with Technology

Much has been written about the trouble that American companies have finding and retaining tech workers.

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Google Testing High-Powered Transmitters In New Mexico

As revealed by some Federal Communications Commission (FCC) documentation filed in late February, Google is momentarily working on some brand new technology in New Mexico...

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Obama officials, tech firms to discuss terror threats on social media

Top Obama administration officials will meet with Silicon Valley executives on Friday about ways to combat terrorists’ use of social media.

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Time Warner Cable warns 320,000 customers of hack

Time Warner Cable said late Wednesday that hackers may have stolen up to 320,000 customers’ email passwords.

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US tech groups fire back over proposed UK surveillance law

Silicon Valley’s biggest companies are urging the government to reconsider large swaths of the UK’s proposed new surveillance law...

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CES — Connected Technologies Clearly the Future, Says FCC’s Wheeler

In a wide-ranging conversation that touched on everything from the upcoming incentive auctions to the influence of comedian John Oliver, Consumer Technology Association CEO...

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FTC chair says US 'well on our way' to new data pact with Europe

The chairwoman of the Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday that negoitators were “well on our way” to reaching a new agreement...

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FTC Issues Guidance on Big Data Dos, Don'ts

The Federal Trade Commission has put out guidance to businesses on what uses of Big Data analytics could run afoul of consumer protections...

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NCTA to FCC: Keep Interconnection Out of Disclosures

Cable operators have told the FCC to reject a request by network services provider Level 3 that the commission make information about congestion...

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