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Public schools in Seattle have filed a lawsuit against tech companies behind platforms like TikTok and Instagram for inflicting negative affects on the mental health of young students.
U.S. President Joe Biden's administration has laid out plans for a legislative reform in areas concerning big tech firms. The focus is on transparency of algorithms, privacy, and youth safety.
TikTok has once again tried to alleviate the concerns recently raised by U.S. lawmakers about its data privacy and security practices. In a recent letter, it has attempted to justify its policies.
TikTok is reportedly being investigated by the U.S. government for not moderating child sexual abuse material (CSAM) on the social media platform and being a hunting ground for predators.
Microsoft has announced that Azure Government Top Secret, its cloud offering dealing with modernizing infrastructure and data management tooling for classified U.S. Government operations, has hit GA.
Microsoft has disclosed details of three cases where it fought secrecy orders issued by the U.S. government accessing customer data. The orders came from federal courts in Maryland and New York.
The U.S. government is further tightening its restrictions on Huawei that will prevent the company or any of its entities from getting their hands on chips or any technology made by a U.S. firm.
Between August and September, the Iranian hacker group Phosphorus made more than 2,700 attempts to hack accounts linked to U.S. government officials and the 2020 presidential campaign.
In an interesting development, Microsoft President Brad Smith has said that Huawei is being treated unfairly by the U.S.; he believes the Chinese firm should be allowed to purchase U.S. tech freely.
In this week's episode of the Neowin Podcast, Rich and João talk about the newly released Windows 10 May 2019 Update, and the U.S. Government's decision to ban Huawei from buying American products.
Microsoft has announced some new security and teamwork capabilities for its 365 Government services. The productivity suite was launched last year for the United States government.
After many weeks of efforts by the Chinese firm to regain the trust of the American government, the Department of Commerce has finally lifted the ban it had imposed on the company's imports.
The Chinese company continues its efforts to meet the U.S. government's demands and has now announced a new CEO along with other executives as it tries to resume its normal operations.
The Chinese phone manufacturer ZTE continues its efforts to stay in business despite the major setbacks imposed by the United States, and it has appointed a new chairman as part of the process.
Perhaps a comical attempt at getting back at the US government or perhaps a sign of its pitiful state of affairs, ZTE tells its employees it can't fix a broken urinal because of the US ban on it.
According to reports, Chinese government hackers compromised a U.S. Navy contractor, managing to secure a huge amount of data on submarine warfare. The breaches took place earlier this year.
After the U.S. government issued an order banning American companies from selling technology to ZTE, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has decided to shut down the majority of its operations.
In a ruling today, the U.S. Department of Justice has come in support of Microsoft via a new policy which limits the excessive use of indefinite secrecy orders by the U.S. Government.
With all of the consternation over Russian hacking of the 2016 presidential election, it is not a good time to be a Russia-based security software company that must answer to the Russian government.
The US administration's representatives are trying to get tech companies, like Microsoft, Apple and Twitter to go along with plans to fight ISIS and other terrorist groups that have a presence online.
Carrying out a court order obtained by Future Motion, a hoverboard manufacturer alleging patent infringement, U.S. Marshals seized products on display by Chinese company at CES during display hours.
Kurt DelBene, a former executive at Microsoft in charge of the Office division, will oversee the U.S. government's troubled Healthcare.gov website at least through the first half of next year.