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- Brits can now send a text to stop cold callsOfcom, the UK's communications regulator, and the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) are making it simpler for Brits to avoid unwanted and unprompted sales calls. A new "text-to-register" option means you can type "TPS," followed by your email addres...
- The government spends billions maintaining archaic IT systemsIt's one thing when an automaker or maybe a school uses incredibly old equipment to keep its internal systems afloat, but when it's the federal government that's another matter entirely. Case in point: The United States Government Accountability Offi...
- Brits can now send a text to stop cold calls
- Google Doesn’t Owe Oracle a Cent for Using Java in Android, Jury FindsThe verdict could have major implications for the future of software developments. The post Google Doesn't Owe Oracle a Cent for Using Java in Android, Jury Finds appeared first on WIRED.
- Peter Thiel’s Gawker Suit Is Another Free Speech Debacle for FacebookThe last thing the company now needs is a board member funding revenge lawsuits against news outlets he believes have done him wrong. The post Peter Thiel's Gawker Suit Is Another Free Speech Debacle for Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
- Google Doesn’t Owe Oracle a Cent for Using Java in Android, Jury Finds
- Political Will for Encryption Law Has Weakened Since Apple-FBI DisputeSupport for encryption legislation in the U.S. has flatlined and the push for changes in federal law following the San Bernardino shootings has petered out, according to sources in congressional offices, the administration and the tech sector (via Reuters). On February 16, a U.S. federal judge ordered Apple to help the FBI to unlock the […]
- Apple 'Working Rapidly' to Bring Apple Pay to More CountriesApple this morning elaborated on its plans to expand Apple Pay coverage and achieve its goal to deliver the mobile payment service to "every significant market" the company is involved in. Currently Apple Pay is available in six countries, including the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia, and China, with plans already underway to bring the […]
- Political Will for Encryption Law Has Weakened Since Apple-FBI Dispute