Auto and technology companies are battling over a slice of coveted radio waves, with carmakers arguing the potential for lifesaving crash-avoidance systems should take precedence over more Wi-Fi for Web data and video.
New York will adapt existing rules to license digital-currency firms even as it considers law- enforcement calls for tough measures to prevent money laundering, the state’s top financial regulator said.
New York state will adapt existing rules on money transmission to license digital currency firms, financial services Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky said in remarks prepared for a conference in Washington today.
A public policy group says a review of U.S. terrorist arrests shows the government’s collection of bulk phone records does little to prevent terrorism, adding fuel to a debate over whether the spy program should be ended.
Working in secret like the programs they’re reviewing, five men with high-level security clearances and ties to President Barack Obama will soon deliver a report that’s likely to reshape U.S. government surveillance.
Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden succeeded where President Barack Obama couldn’t -- getting Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Yahoo! Inc. to upgrade computer security against hackers.
The U.S. government increased the number of missile attacks this month against Islamic militant guerrilla groups in northwest Pakistan to the most this year, according to researchers who monitor the campaign.