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Snowden was asked to testify, but he didn't respond to the prosecution's offer to do so
But researchers don't know how many old jobs they will destroy in the process
Arguments continue over who gets to handle consumer privacy complaints
Seven aerial photo and video production companies have filed for permission to use drones
Advocacy groups say the companies should look first for U.S. tech workers for U.S. IT jobs
Newly leaked documents reveal a massive NSA program to collect and analyze photographs, according to the New York Times.
Not all DSL or cable Internet connections count as broadband, and new FCC rules may tighten the definition.
Lawyers say the House Oversight Committee is investigating a P-to-P security vendor tied to the agency.
GOP Representative Bob Latta's legislation would limit the FCC's authority in its current net neutrality proceeding.
CA 'knowingly overcharged' the US government for software licenses and maintenance, the DOJ says
Expect court challenges and a possible blacklash in Congress, if the agency regulates broadband as a utility.
This decision will reduce the work of data protection authorities "to absurdity", a German DPA said
China is launching the crackdown after a terrorist attack killed 43
The data-broker industry should give consumers more control and provide more transparency, an FTC report says.
But member states disagree on how to implement the rule