The Federal Trade Commission recently concluded that Qualcomm has been abusing its SEP power to benefit its chipset business, and last month it sued the company in an attempt to stop these practices.
President Trump’s continued use of his Android phone could leak sensitive information.
The latest developments in the ongoing persecution of online clearinghouse Backpage.com.
Distributed identity system can prove the facts that make identities reliable, while minimizing the data that needs to be shared—with government, among others—in doing so.
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