The Federal Trade Commission has been handed the authority to not only oversee corporate online security, but to sue companies that do not protect customer data against hackers. The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, which published its ruling late Monday, said the FTC has every authority to pursue cyber-security cases. The […]
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It may not be perfect, but Microsoft’s personal assistant is now ready to serve. Cortana has been unleashed for Android users, but only in a beta form. The company, reportedly, is still tweaking the program to work any kinks out but is encouraging people to download the version and begin using it. “The Cortana app […]
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Electric car maker Tesla has forged a partnership with home rental service Airbnb Inc. to set up charging stations for owners of its vehicles. Tesla, in an e-mailed statement to various news outlets, said it planned to construct free stations at 30 “high-end” Airbnb properties on the West Coast. Airbnb, which is based out of […]
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Google is being ordered to remove links to news stories about Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling after the tech titan refused to take them down. The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) issued the order late Thursday and has given Google 32 days to comply. Google last year removed links to news articles about a man’s criminal offense […]
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