The consensus? It’s a handful of welcomed patches on a system still badly in need of an upgrade.
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Obama wants to increase opportunities for foreign students and recent graduates from U.S. schools to work in high-tech jobs in the United States. That is likely to make Silicon Valley very happy.
President Obama is likely to announce Thursday night that he’s expanding a program that acts as a pipeline for foreign students into the U.S. workforce -- a program that has been controversial on both sides of the political aisle.
The Columbia law professor and director of the Software Freedom Law Center illuminates the path toward a life without the social network.
Vice president’s suggestion that the company should dig into the private lives of journalists sparks a backlash.
That information, writes a company spokesperson, can only be accessed by employees for “legitimate business purposes.“
Uber and other tech companies store vast amounts of data about users. But can they be trusted?
The secretary of commerce wants to get a handful of “pilot projects” off the ground to highlight the value of well-managed open data.
Penny Pritzker affirms her department’s role in making sure President Obama’s “no blocking, no throttling, no paid prioritization and increased transparency” priorities were “well-articulated.“