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Google takes lead on California driverless cars

Google takes lead on California driverless cars

By James Poulos As Silicon Valley rushes to stake out a lead in what’s hoped to be a robust market for driverless cars, the company spun off of Google has established a clear lead — perhaps giving the competition a reason to consider focusing their efforts outside the Golden State.  “New data on tests of self-driving car technology […]

Google Boss: Trump Admin Is Going To Do ‘Evil Things’

Google Boss: Trump Admin Is Going To Do ‘Evil Things’

Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman Google’s parent company, Alphabet, told employees last week that President Donald Trump and his administration are going to do “evil things.” “I can tell you that the tone of this government is very much economic growth,” Schmidt said, according to BuzzFeed News, in an apparent attempt to criticize Trump. “And […]

US Congress Debates Hacker Threat To Self-Driving Cars

Google unveils simpler portal for users to delete data it has about them

Google unveils simpler portal for users to delete data it has about them

By Paresh Dave Unending scrutiny from regulators is keeping pressure on Google to get better about explaining how it tracks users and how they can tinker with privacy settings. On Monday, Google unveiled a website at privacy.google.com that answers questions more clearly than ever. In case you didn’t know, Google keeps a record of what […]

DMV won’t unleash robocars on CA roads

DMV won’t unleash robocars on CA roads

CA tech doubles down on driverless cars

CA tech doubles down on driverless cars

By James Poulos . Despite a spate of media attention surrounding a narrowly missed collision between two self-driving prototype vehicles, California companies fielding driverless cars forged ahead, insisting that the developing technology was safe and getting safer. An unexpected trial Both cars in the incident “were equipped with similar technology, including lasers, radar, cameras and computer systems enabling the cars to […]

Self-driving cars hit PR bump on CA roads

Self-driving cars hit PR bump on CA roads

Internet taxes could slam California

Internet taxes could slam California

California benefits from the Internet currently being largely tax-free. Generally, the only taxes are for signing up for a local Internet service provider. It’s a flat fee no matter if you hog the Internet by watching continuous Netflix videos, or more profitably use your time reading everything on CalWatchDog.com, which doesn’t use much bandwidth.  . […]

Cyber: Governments vs. Journalists

Cyber: Governments vs. Journalists

Posted by Natalie Novitski *Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security

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