Google has announced that it is removing the term "whitelisted" from its Admin console. It will now be referred to as "allowlisted", similar to how "denylist" is used instead of "blacklist".
According to two sources familiar with the matter, the US is expected to continue to grant licenses to companies that sell components to the Chinese firm for an additional 90 days.
In the latest stage of the Huawei-U.S. saga, it is being reported that the Chinese firm will be laying off hundreds of U.S. workers, employed at its R&D subsidiary Futurewei Technologies.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has confirmed that U.S.-based firms will be able to apply for licenses to sell tech to Huawei. However, the Chinese firm will remain on the entity list.
Yesterday, US President Donald Trump stated that Huawei could now purchase products from US suppliers again. However, it has now been clarified that this doesn't apply to all goods as of yet.
As per US President Trump's statement at the G20 summit, Huawei will now be allowed to purchase from US tech companies. This news comes following the effective US ban on Huawei over a month ago.
Following its removal from the SD Association after the company was added to a blacklist by the US government, Huawei has once again regained its membership to the standards body governing SD cards.
Earlier this week Huawei was blacklisted by the U.S. government. As a result, the company can no longer import parts from American companies. Reportedly, Google has suspended all business with Huawei.
It appears that Google may be fined for not following Russia's site-blocking rule, which forces ISPs and search engines to connect to a database of blocked sites before displaying search results.
A series of drug related ads could be the beginning of Facebook Russia's demise. Russia's media watchdog announced it would not hesitate to block the site if it can prove that the ads had been used.
Due to a controversial law being considered by Russia's State Parliament which could allow the blacklisting of websites, Wikipedia has closed itself for a one-day protest again.
Earlier today at E3, Ubisoft announced that "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist"is set for release in spring 2013. The game once again has you take the role of Sam Fisher as he fighter terrorism.
Valve's Eric Smith has sent word along the HLDS mailing list that the Valve has updated server security modules again. Security module update *** This only affects Counter-Strike servers. *** ...