A federal court this month found that federal agents lacked authority to conduct a warrantless search of a defendant’s laptop seized at an airport, rejecting the government’s argument that it has unfettered authority to search containers at the border to protect the homeland.
The release of a controversial “middle finger” emoji character could spell legal trouble for users in the United Arab Emirates.
Manufacturers with operations, employees, and/or customers in China must be aware of a long list of China-specific data-flow and content restrictions. Data-flow restrictions in particular affect manufacturers employing or launching mobile apps and other IT initiatives, both internal and external.
Tomorrow, Google will open its doors to 6,000 developers, pundits, and press for its annual I/O developer conference. It’s the same place where three years ago it launched its now infamous Google Glass—but don’t count on seeing any digital eyewear from Google this year.
Drones (also known as unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs) of different shapes, sizes and specifications are definitely one of ‘the’ gadgets of the year and over the last few years have become increasingly available and affordable in the UAE.
The African continent is revolutionizing itself as the place where no infrastructure is no problem.
Facebook complained that it “doesn’t make sense that 28 regulators should make different interpretations of the same law” reported by the New York Times, that “France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands and Belgium — are investigating Facebook’s new privacy settings.”
The days of Don Draper are over. There’s a new ad king in town: Adblock.