Amazon Being Questioned By US Legislators Regarding Echo Technology – Latest Hacking News

Amazon is currently facing questions from the US lawmakers about the privacy of the customers due to an event that Amazon Being Questioned By US Legislators Regarding Echo Technology on Latest Hacking News. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Amazon Being Questioned By US Legislators Regarding Echo…

CLOUD ACT: Cloudy Forecast Brings Opportunity for More Transparency

Passage of the CLOUD Act in the U.S. and the subsequent dismissal of the “Ireland Warrant” litigation raises two important questions. First, does the law grant sweeping new powers to reach… VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE CLOUD ACT: Cloudy Forecast Brings Opportunity for More Transparency

C1111-8P vs. C891F-K9

Some users ask some questions about the difference between ISR 1000 and ISR 800 such as the difference between C1111-8P and C891F-K9. We know that the new ISR 1000 Series does not replace the ISR800 Series. You can continue to order the 800 Series after the ISR 1000 Series becomes orderable. A user’s…

“The Protocol Wars” | Blockchain Speech at Tokenomx

What do you all think about the Protocol Wars? Hell, let’s ask the real questions, did I do well presenting? 😀 Feel free to leave a comment below! Thank you all so much for watching the video. If you enjoyed the video, please consider dropping…

Congressmembers Raise Doubts About the “Going Dark” Problem

In the wake of a damning report by the DOJ Office of Inspector General (OIG), Congress is asking questions about the FBI’s handling of the locked iPhone in the San Bernardino case and its repeated claims that widespread encryption is leading to a “Going Dark”…

‘Scraping’ is Just Automated Access, and Everyone Does It

For tech lawyers, one of the hottest questions this year is: can companies use the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)—an imprecise and outdated criminal anti-“hacking” statute intended to target computer break-ins—to block their competitors from accessing publicly available information on their websites? The answer…

European Court of Justice Receives Key Questions on Future of EU-US Personal Data Transfers

The Irish High Court has sent eleven questions to the European Court of Justice for review in Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook. The case considers whether Facebook’s transfers of data from Ireland to the United States violate the European Charter of Fundamental Rights. The case…

Zuckerberg Confirms Global Compliance with GDPR

In response to a series of questions from Rep. Gene Green, (D-TX), Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that Facebook will comply with the new European Union privacy law – “the GDPR” – in all jurisdictions. Earlier this week, the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD), a coalition…