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  • February 15, 2019

    States May Take The Lead On Regulating AI

    While artificial intelligence promises to revolutionize the way we live and work, there has been relatively little government regulation targeting it specifically. But legislation referring to AI is currently pending in at least 13 states, and more may be on the way, says Korey Clark of State Net Capitol Journal.

  • February 15, 2019

    TracFone Sues Texas Cos. In Latest Anti-Trafficking Effort

    Wireless service provider TracFone sued three Texas-based companies Friday, accusing them of running a phone smuggling ring that cuts into its business model, marking the latest salvo in the telecom’s more than decade-long crusade to stop companies from trafficking its tech.

  • February 15, 2019

    Film Studios Say Omniverse Sold Pirated Movies, Shows

    Disney, Paramount Pictures Corp., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. and other Hollywood heavyweights have sued Omniverse One World Television in California federal court, accusing the company of selling illegal packages of unlicensed, copyrighted movie and TV shows to streaming services.

  • February 15, 2019

    Sens. Urge FCC To Create Public Portal For Broadband Gaps

    A bipartisan group of senators has asked the Federal Communications Commission to look into creating a portal for the public to submit data detailing gaps in high-speed internet service in order to tackle concerns that national broadband maps are riddled with errors.

  • February 15, 2019

    Pokemon Co. Promises No 'Go' In Deal To End Trespass Row

    Niantic Inc., the company behind Pokemon Go, has promised to take steps aimed at dissuading players of the popular augmented reality game from trespassing on private property and causing other nuisances, as part of a proposed settlement outlined in documents filed Thursday in California federal court.

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