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The legislation follows Microsoft's refusal to turn in emails in Ireland to U.S. law enforcement
The US HHS doesn't require strong passwords in some systems and is slow to patch vulnerabilties, the GAO says
The country says it has no knowledge of attacks against US transportation contractors.
The complaints should be dealt with in a common way, the authorities said
The human rights court objects to storing data for 20 years in a criminal database when charges were dropped
Republican lawmakers and witnesses repeat criticisms that net neutrality rules would slow broadband investment.
“When open alternatives are available, no citizen or company should be forced or encouraged to use a particular company’s technology to access government information.”
The company's in-app registration did not have a functional age-screen, FTC said
Members of Congress are set to leave Washington for an extended fall recess in a few days
California regulators last week called the service illegal. But that hasn't stopped services like Lyft from operating like business as usual.
The agency is now focused on analyzing the 3 million comments it has received
But mediating between passengers and unlicensed drivers is still illegal, the court ruled
Attorney General George Jepsen is particularly concerned about the protection of health information collected by the new wearable device
Governments of many nations are increasingly asking Google to hand over information on its users
The agency will enforce existing laws related to privacy and discrimination, the FTC's chairwoman says