So all that celebrating privacy advocates did when an appeals court found the NSA’s bulk data collection violated the constitution? That may have been a bit premature.
What a difference a passion makes.
I see a lot of posts focusing on mistakes that applicants make in an interview, but in my line of work, I see the consequences of what happens when employers make mistakes in interviews.
The Internet of Things goes by a deceptively simple title but includes a vast – and mushrooming – network of physical objects or “things” that connect to the Internet through embedded sensors, electronics and software, allowing them to exchange data with the operator of the object, its manufacturer or other connected devices.
These days information security is on the minds of virtually all technology professionals and business executives alike. But how does an organization ensure that their security profile is adequate. It can certainly help to subscribe to a security framework.
As government mandates like Corporate Average Fuel Economy targets make electric cars more attractive to manufacturers looking to meet these standards, it is worth asking how consumers are responding to these vehicles as they gain traction in the marketplace.
The Third Circuit has ruled that exposing credit card information to hackers can count as an “unfair method of competition” under the Federal Trade Commission Act.
August was a rough month for the Food and Drug Administration. On August 7, a federal judge in New York entered a preliminary injunction in Amarin Pharma, Inc.’s lawsuit against the FDA, holding that the FDA could not prevent a drug manufacturer from marketing its drug for uses that haven’t been approved by the FDA, so long as the marketing was “truthful,” a loaded word we’ll get to in a moment.
One highlight from the last week in regulatory practice overshadowed all else: confusion over fundamental administrative law and judicial review issues far beyond the confines of environmental law became evident in conflicting court decisions and the damming of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Army Corps of Engineers’ Clean Water Rule: Definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS).