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Huawei wins a temporary reprieve from US technology ban

Just hours after Google LLC and a number of prominent computer chipmakers announced they were suspending business with Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., the Chinese firm
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San Francisco bans government use of facial recognition technology

Amid growing fears of facial recognition technology becoming an oppressive tool of surveillance down the line, the city of San Francisco voted today to ban
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InCountry lands $7M in seed funding to help companies comply with data residency laws

Startup InCountry is exiting stealth mode today with $7 million in seed funding as it launches its first data-residency-as-a-service offering, designed to help companies adhere
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Facebook and Instagram ban a number of ‘dangerous individuals’

Facebook Inc. today announced a cull of people the company said are “dangerous individuals” who disseminate extremist content. “We’ve always banned individuals or organizations that
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Why carriers keep your data longer

Your wireless carrier knows where you are as you read this on your phone — otherwise, it couldn’t connect your phone in the first place.