Saturday , February 24 2018

Uber files appeal against London license loss

Uber has today filed notification of its intention to appeal the London transport regulator’s decision to withdraw its license to operate in the market. “While we have today filed our appeal so that Londoners can continue using our app, we hope to continue having constructive discussions with Transport for London,” …

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 breaches privacy law, says Dutch DPA

The Dutch data protection authority has concluded that Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system breaches local privacy law on account of its collection of telemetry metadata. The OS has been available since the end of July 2015. Personal data being harvested by default by Microsoft can include the URL of every …

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Twitter is a terrible referee in its own arena

Back in January, I shared my thoughts on how Twitter is a horrible place because we, its users, are horrible people. When given the opportunity to broadcast our thoughts and opinions, we’re prone to abusing that freedom to hurt and intimidate others. While that’s unfortunately still true, I now realize …

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Virgin’s Sir Richard Branson climbs aboard the Hyperloop

Hyperloop One is to be rebranded as “Virgin Hyperloop One” after Sir Richard Branson’s company announced it’s investing in the project. The British entrepreneur is also taking a seat on the company’s board of directors. The post Virgin’s Sir Richard Branson climbs aboard the Hyperloop appeared first on Digital Trends. …

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