Étiquette : law (Page 3 of 4)

Government Argues: If Your Mobile Phone Provider Knows Where You Are, Why Shouldn’t We?

While subscribers are aware that the provider needs to know which tower to use in order to connect the call, combining seven months of data paints a detailed picture of someone’s everyday life.

Source : Government Argues: If Your Mobile Phone Provider Knows Where You Are, Why Shouldn’t We?

The FCC is cracking down on companies that block personal WiFi hotspots at convention centers – Quartz

It is unacceptable for any company to charge consumers exorbitant fees to access the Internet while at the same time blocking them from using their own personal WiFi hotspots to access the Internet

Source : The FCC is cracking down on companies that block personal WiFi hotspots at convention centers – Quartz

Lawrence Lessig exploring US presidency bid as a Democrat | Ars Technica

Lawrence Lessig, the Harvard professor and cofounder of Creative Commons, announced that he is exploring a run for the US presidency as a Democrat. He’s crowdsourcing the campaign, too. « Please give whatever you can, » he said. He wants to raise $1 million by Labor Day.

Source : Lawrence Lessig exploring US presidency bid as a Democrat | Ars Technica

La commission de Bruxelles tique sur le projet de loi renseignement – Page 1 | Mediapart

Si nous devons lutter avec détermination contre le terrorisme et protéger la sécurité des citoyens européens (…), cela ne peut être fait au mépris de nos principes fondamentaux !

Source : La commission de Bruxelles tique sur le projet de loi renseignement – Page 1 | Mediapart

Facial-Recognition Concerns Keep Facebook ‘Moments’ From Europe – Digits – WSJ

At a base minimum, people should be able to walk down a public street without fear that companies they’ve never heard of are tracking their every movement –and identifying them by name –using facial recognition technology

Source : Facial-Recognition Concerns Keep Facebook ‘Moments’ From Europe – Digits – WSJ

Hacker group ‘Anonymous’ claims credit for federal cyber attacks | Ottawa Citizen

Greetings citizens of Canada, we are Anonymous. Today, this 17th of June 2015 we launched an attack against the Canadian senate and government of Canada websites in protest against the recent passing of bill C-51.

Source : Hacker group ‘Anonymous’ claims credit for federal cyber attacks | Ottawa Citizen

Uber Driver Was Employee, Not Contractor, California Commission Says – WSJ

California’s labor commissioner has ruled that a driver for Uber Technologies Inc. should be classified as an employee of the company, a decision that marks the latest setback for the ride-hailing company’s labor model.

Source : Uber Driver Was Employee, Not Contractor, California Commission Says – WSJ

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