Tech Law

TV set-top boxes infected with malware are being sold online at Amazon and other resellers, and the EFF wants the Federal Trade Commission to put a stop to it.

If training AIs on large datasets infringes copyrights, might not our own learning processes that are based on observing and imitating others also be liable to legal action?

In the rapidly evolving world of AI, whom should we trust to govern its use? Microsoft presents intriguing answers in its "Governing AI: A Blueprint for the Future" report. Let's explore how they seek to balance this technology's potential with its risks.

Meta is taking to court a law enforcement intelligence company for gathering data about users of its Facebook and Instagram properties. The lawsuit, filed in a federal court in California, alleges that Voyager Labs, an international scraping and surveillance service, improperly collected data from t...

The law aims to protect Americans by blocking and prohibiting all transactions from any social media company in, or under the influence of, China, Russia, and several other foreign countries of concern.

Loopholes in the rules governing advertising for stimulant medications should be closed, according to a report released Monday by the Center for Data Innovation.

Arm is in trouble primarily because it depended on Nvidia acquiring it to fund its future growth and success. Now it's hungry for revenue. I think we are beginning to see the end of Arm, and it will only have itself to blame.

Officials charged Joseph Sullivan with working to hide the data breach from U.S. regulators and the Federal Trade Commission, adding his actions attempted to prevent the hackers from being caught.

Sens. Gary Peters, D-Mich., and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, introduced the legislation that seeks to address open source software risks in government. The proposed Bill, S. 4913, now awaits action by the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.

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