FTC Requires Equifax to Pay Victims for Data Breach

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FTC Makes Equifax Pay Data Breach Victims

In theory, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) protects citizens in the United States. In reality, however, it seems to favor the companies that it’s supposed to regulate. In a major scandal tied to Equifax, 147 million Americans had personal data stolen. The organization ultimately leaked birth dates, names, phone numbers, addresses, and social security numbers for thousands of people nationwide. … Read More

What You Need to Know About Flash Memory Summit 2019

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Flash memory Summit Guide 2019

The Flash Memory Summit is an annual conference that showcases vendors and technological innovations in the non-volatile memory and SSD markets. It allows industry professionals to interact with business leaders in the flash memory sector and see the latest developments for flash storage. This year’s conference runs from August 6-8 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. … Read More

YouTubers Union Joins with IG Metall to Demand Fairness

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YouTubers Union Partners with IG Metall

A dedicated group of content creators and users has decided that enough is enough on the popular video platform, YouTube. This group of activists, known as the YouTubers Union, was established over a year ago but had not gained much traction or attention about their demands. Until now. The group has joined with union IG Metall to make their demands … Read More

AI and Machine Learning to Double in Coming Year

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Business Use of Artificial Intelligence to Increase

Artificial intelligence is poised to be the next big thing in tech as companies plan to double their spending in the coming year. According to a recent survey by Gartner’s, 59% of the companies surveyed say they already have AI programs in place, an average of four each. In the coming year, these same organizations said they plan to put … Read More

White House Hosts Social Media Summit

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The social media summit in Washington, DC was created to discuss social media bias. What was surprising was that neither Twitter nor Facebook representatives were invited to the summit. The meeting with US President Donald Trump and attendees from a variety of disciplines took place on Thursday. What Happened at the Summit? A White House spokesperson explained that earlier in … Read More