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Internet search giant Google has agreed to a settlement, including a $7 million payout, with a group of states in a case involving privacy complaints. The complaints stem from Google’s street view cars, which travel the roads taking 360-degree pictures as well as the location of wireless hotspots and cell phone towers. They [...]Continue Reading →
On January 20, 2011 By Michael Quinlan January 19, 2011
Two hackers, Daniel Spitler and Andrew Auernheimer, credited with obtaining the email addresses of over 100,000 iPad 3G owners from a loophole in the AT&T website were both arrested yesterday by federal officials. The complaint charges Spitler and Auernheimer, who went by the online aliases “JacksonBrown” and “weev,” with [...]Continue Reading →
On December 3, 2010 By Ian Quin December 1, 2010
Now that Thanksgiving has passed and with it (to some extent) the controversy over the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) full-body scan/pat-down security procedures at airports, a similar controversy looks to be heating up in a different venue. Two courthouses in Colorado–the Douglas County Courthouse in Castle Rock, CO and the El Paso County Judicial Center [...]Continue Reading →
Federal Trade Commission opens investigation into whether Apple is using its position in the market to harm competitors.
DNA introduced to bolster thirty-year old murder charges in Atlanta killings.
Vince Young facing issues off the field for misdemeanor assault and involvement in altercation in Dallas Continue Reading →
If Maslow were to write his hierarchy of needs today, “email” and “BlackBerry” would probably appear just after (or perhaps just before) food and shelter. Every day, millions of people wake up and, as sure as their morning coffee, check their inboxes and BlackBerrys. Thus begins a process that continues throughout the day [...]Continue Reading →
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