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FCC faces seventh net neutrality lawsuit

CenturyLink becomes the latest organization to challenge the agency's Feb. 26 rules

Should computers determine how our kids learn to talk? Maybe not

Questions raised about algorithm ethics deserve our urgent attention, scholars said


California bill aims to secure data of users using ride-hailing companies

The legislation will be heard by an assembly committee on Monday

Six net neutrality lawsuits: What are the complaints about?

The lawsuits from two ISPs and four trade groups focus on violations of administrative process, constitutional questions

U.S. business group urges China to loosen data-storage policies

China is considering IT policies that could further restrict foreign businesses, according to a U.S. lobbying group

Three new lawsuits challenge FCC's net neutrality rules

The agency is now facing five legal challenges from four trade groups and one ISP

New bill would invalidate FCC's net neutrality rules

The resolution of disapproval allows expedited action in Congress

After U.S. chip block, China's plan for 100 petaflop supercomputer may get delayed

The Tianhe-2 supercomputer was scheduled for an upgrade this year, but now China won't be able to use Intel Xeon chips

Digital rights groups protest US ruling to block digital transmissions

A patent infringement ruling at the USITC could lead to orders requiring ISPs to block access to websites, critics say

US blocks Intel from selling Xeon chips to Chinese supercomputer projects

The U.S. government claims the supercomputers have been used to do nuclear testing

The FTC is worried about algorithmic transparency, and you should be too

Don't assume your Facebook friends are ignoring you -- it could simply be the site's algorithms at work

AT&T call centers sold mobile customer information to criminals

The company will pay a $25 million civil penalty to the FCC in a settlement

Group fighting 'Net censorship in China presses on despite DDoS attack

GreatFire vows to continue its efforts to provide Chinese users with access to blocked websites

Complaint alleges YouTube Kids pushes advertising content

Privacy groups complain that the new service intermingles ads with other content in a way prohibited on TV

Senator wants bomb-making information removed from the Internet

Feinstein calls for al-Qaeda's Inspire Magazine and the Anarachist Cookbook to be censored

Thousands comment on proposed drone regulations

The FAA is accepting public comments until late April

Chinese Internet authority clashes with Google over digital certificates

Google's Chrome will no longer recognize new digital certificates issued by CNNIC

As Uber cries foul in Europe, EC advises it to first follow the law

Uber says it has filed complaints against Germany, France and Spain

EPIC appeals to court for FAA drone privacy rules

The organization wants a court to force the FAA to come up with privacy regulations concerning drones

Thousands call on Congress to overturn net neutrality rules

A petition from conservative group American Commitment calls the rules the 'most radical act imaginable'

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