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Posts tagged as “Regulation”

Right to work success and chip shortage failure

On Monday, President Biden gave an update on the executive order he issued around the right to repair.    Quoting Vice: In his statements, Biden said…

A tale of two bills

In the US, one of several bills around tech and privacy moved out of the Senate Judiciary Committee.  It would prohibit Big Tech companies from…

The IRS is rolling out facial recognition

Starting this summer, users with an IRS.gov account will no longer be able to log in with just a username and password.  The system will…

The EU considers its own DNS system

A notable proposal in the EU – building their own DNS service, which will include filtering capabilities.     It will be made available to EU institutions…

The PPP program gets measured

The National Bureau of Economic Research has dug into where the Paycheck Protection Program money went.  It turns out that it mostly did not go…

A legislative update from the FCC and Senate

Some updates on government moves. The FCC has proposed stricter requirements for reporting data breaches.    The proposals require notifications for customers impacted by inadvertent breaches,…

Europol to delete data and the trend it reveals

On Friday, I reported on Germany considering entirely doing away with data retention.    More out of Europe on that topic.  Quoting from the Record: Today,…