Where you’ve been and who you’ve interacted with are not difficult for governments and corporations to find out.
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Even a burner phone paid for with cash can reveal your identity and where you’ve been. A data privacy expert explains.
Regulators are increasingly concerned about the impact of larger firms acquiring smaller rivals.
Preventing big firms buying up small ones can sometimes stop new products reaching consumers.
The FTC put companies that sell AI systems on notice: Cross the line with biased products and the law is coming for you.
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The Federal Trade Commission is rattling its saber at the technology industry over growing public concern about biased AI algorithms. Can the agency back up its threats?
How can we keep our personal data safe?
Companies today collect vast amounts of our personal data. What measures can governments and regulators take to reduce the inherent risks and keep our data?
Amazon may make it impossible for Whole Foods rivals to compete.
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The deal escaped scrutiny because the two aren’t direct competitors, yet Amazon’s huge marketing platform will help Whole Foods steamroll rivals. In the past, the Supreme Court has said this violates antitrust law.