The French regulatory authority for electronic communications, ARCEP, published its first Internet quality of service (QoS) measurements for net neutrality purposes.
The federal district court in Alexandria, Virginia denied a motion to dismiss the Redskins trademark case, making it clear that the “Rocket Docket” is open for business and ready to hear cases brought by parties who are dissatisfied with decisions made by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB).
America has a thoroughly documented problem of too many overweight and obese people, with consequences for them and their health, the overall health of the nation, and the cost of health care.
The FCC has solicited comment on the rights of a Wi-Fi operator to manage its network through the use of FCC-authorized equipment to monitor and mitigate threats to the security and network interference.
As businesses in Asia grow in scale and complexity, they are increasingly turning to outsourcing and large scale technology procurement, including the deployment of cloud technologies, to support their operations and gain competitive advantage.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that once something is on the Internet, it’s there for good. Data collection is suddenly hitting the public’s awareness, but your Internet footprint is vaster than you know. And doxing is here to take advantage of that.
With the benefit of (a little) time after the initial announcement that the Kunstmuseum Bern had agreed to accept the inheritance of Cornelius Gurlitt, more information has become available about the agreement with Germany and Bavaria that paved the way for the museum’s decision.
Federal Judge Enjoins New Jersey from Permitting Sports Betting – Will Other Leagues Adopt the Position Taken by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver?
On Friday, Judge Michael Shipp granted the NCAA and four major professional sports leagues a permanent injunction to prevent New Jersey casinos and racetracks from offering sports betting.
Three years in the making, a notice of proposed rulemaking would give the thumbs up to online contest rules.