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Federal court overturns $10 million Wii Remote patent judgement against Nintendo – TechSpot

Federal court overturns $10 million Wii Remote patent judgement against Nintendo – TechSpot

In context: We all know court cases can take a while to resolve, but some last considerably longer than others. Indeed, gaming giant Nintendo has been fighting one legal battle that began way back in 2013. Now, almost seven years later, that fight has come to an end. Nintendo today announced that a Dallas federal…
Federal Court Rules $10.1 Million Case Against Nintendo’s Wii Remote As Invalid – Nintendo Life

Federal Court Rules $10.1 Million Case Against Nintendo’s Wii Remote As Invalid – Nintendo...

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New federal rule will hurt renewables, help gas and coal

New federal rule will hurt renewables, help gas and coal

What the FERC — Rule artificially raises bids from plants that get certain state subsidies. Scott K. Johnson - Dec 20, 2019 6:30 pm UTC Enlarge / Pennsylvania wind turbines that probably spent the day trying to understand what a "MOPR" is.On Thursday, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a long-awaited decision that…
Federal study of top facial recognition algorithms finds ‘empirical evidence’ of bias

Federal study of top facial recognition algorithms finds ‘empirical evidence’ of bias

A new federal study has found that many of the world’s top facial recognition algorithms are biased along lines of age, race, and ethnicity. According to the study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), algorithms currently sold in the market can misidentify members of some groups up to 100 times more frequently…
Federal study confirms racial bias of many facial-recognition systems, casts doubt on their expanding use

Federal study confirms racial bias of many facial-recognition systems, casts doubt on their expanding...

Facial-recognition systems misidentified people of color more often than white people, a landmark federal study released Thursday shows, casting new doubts on a rapidly expanding investigative technique widely used by law enforcement across the United States.Asian and African American people were up to 100 times more likely to be misidentified than white men, depending on…
Google is under federal investigation for labor practices

Google is under federal investigation for labor practices

Google is under investigation by the US National Labor Relations Board, CNBC reported on Monday. The investigation follows the recent firings of four former Google employees named Laurence Berland, Paul Duke, Rebecca Rivers, and Sophie Waldman. All four former employees were involved in internal activism during their time at Google, and they encouraged their colleagues…
Tim Cook: ‘The time is now to have a federal privacy bill’

Tim Cook: ‘The time is now to have a federal privacy bill’

Congress has been struggling for years to pass a federal data privacy law, but on Friday, lawmakers gained an unexpected ally in Apple CEO Tim Cook. In an interview with ABC News, the executive said big tech companies haven’t corrected their mistakes, and it’s time for the government to step in — ideally with a…
Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional

Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional

Government Must Have Reasonable Suspicion of Digital Contraband Before Searching Electronic Devices at the U.S. Border BOSTON — In a major victory for privacy rights, a federal court in Boston today ruled that the government’s suspicionless searches of international travelers’ smartphones and laptops at airports and other U.S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment.…
A US federal court finds suspicionless searches of phones at the border is illegal

A US federal court finds suspicionless searches of phones at the border is illegal

A federal court in Boston has ruled that the government is not allowed to search travelers’ phones or other electronic devices at the U.S. border without first having reasonable suspicion of a crime. That’s a significant victory for civil liberties advocates, who say the government’s own rules allowing its border agents to search electronic devices…
Federal safety agency launches probe of Tesla battery fires

Federal safety agency launches probe of Tesla battery fires

Federal safety regulators told Tesla to produce all documents that relate to “high-voltage battery fires that are not related to collision or impact damage to the battery pack” in its Model S and Model X cars.(Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times) By Russ Mitchell Staff Writer  Federal safety regulators have begun looking into Tesla battery fires.…

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The personal information of 2.4 million Wyze customers was left exposed on the internet for three weeks in December.The data leak was first uncovered by cybersecurity firm Twelve Security, and included people's usernames, emails, WiFi information, and health data.Wyze confirmed the data was left exposed and said it is working to notify affected users.Visit Business…

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