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Microsoft President Wants Congress To Regulate Facial Recognition Use

The technology could be used to identify and track people without their permission.

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US Lifts Ban On ZTE

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It Took Netflix Just Five Years To Become The Emmys' Biggest Contender

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This Huge iPad Could Help Make City Life Easier

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Smart City Tech Adds Innovative Solutions — And Tough New Problems

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Tesla

Tesla Is Building Its First Factory Outside The US

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YouTube Is Joining The Fight Against Fake News

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Timehop

Timehop Discloses Data Breach That Affected 21 Million Users

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US Military Surveillance Drones Are Being Grounded By The Pentagon

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No, Twitter Wasn't 'Caught Leaking' Trump's Private Messages To DOJ

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California Just Passed A Historic Data Privacy Bill

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CNN

FDA, Big Tech Talk About Cracking Down On Illegal Opioid Sales Online

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Supreme Court Smartphone Ruling Is A Privacy Law For The Modern Age

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Proposed US Tech Rules Could Make Teslas, Smartphones More Expensive

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Supreme Court Rules Officials Need Warrants To Get Cell Location Data

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There Aren't Many Laws Governing Facial Recognition At US Airports

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NASA

What NASA Plans To Do About Asteroids

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Drones Endanger Other Aircraft, But Finding Culprit Pilots Is Tricky

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Technology Has The Power To Help People With Autism Cope

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Facebook Fundraiser To Reunite Immigrant Families Raises Over $16M

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Homeland Security: Just 'A Matter Of Time' Until Planes Are Hacked

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Video Game Loot Boxes Hook Players The Same Way Gambling Does

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iPhones Will Soon Share Location Data With 911 Call Centers

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Oprah Winfrey Signs Multi-Year Content Deal With Apple

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Elon Musk's Boring Company Won A Bid To Build A Loop In Chicago

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Apple May Be Making It Harder For Law Enforcement To Get iPhone Data

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The US' National Broadband Map Could Be Further Hurt By AT&T's Merger

0:58Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai.
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Net Neutrality Rules Are Officially Coming To An End

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U.S. Air Force

When Can The Government Bring Down A Drone?

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
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Facebook Automatically Set 14 Million Users' Posts To Public

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Google Won't Use AI For Weapons Or For Surveillance 'Violating Norms'