Slack’s new privacy rules lets your boss download your private chats, YouTube is increasing the number of ads before music videos so you subscribe to its music service, and former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is a CEO again.
The Canadian government, yesterday, kept one promise many had hoped it wouldn't. It introduced new copyright legislation that is generally favourable to music companies and recording studios, but has some public advocacy and consumer groups in a tizzy.
Development of the Internet in France will be endangered if a piece of legislation entitled a Bill to Promote Confidence in the Digital Economy becomes law, the Association of French Internet Access and Service Providers (AFA) said Tuesday.
The Internet revolution is alive and kicking and "has never missed a beat," proclaimed AOL Time Warner Inc. co-dhief operating officer Bob Pittman in a relentlessly upbeat keynote speech delivered in New York Tuesday at the start of Internet World Fall.