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Google employees have no legal right to protest the company’s choice of clients, the Internet giant told a judge weighing the US government’s allegations that its firings of activists violated the National Labor Relations Act.
A suit between Hewlett-Packard and three Chinese nationals accused of selling fake H-P gear revealed a wild tale of international fraud, time in jail, and conspiracy.
Aurora Leticia Cruz has tried to keep up with her blood pressure medication since fleeing Guatemala more than a year ago, but the limbo she finds herself in – stuck in a sprawling camp at the Texas border after traversing Mexico – has made that hard.
Google illegally fired, interrogated and surveilled activist employees, a regional director of the US National Labor Relations Board alleged in a complaint on Dec 2.
An inspector general’s report is casting doubt on the US Department of Homeland Security’s ability to protect its massive repository of personal data from hackers amid a push by the Trump administration to vastly expand its collection of biometrics through the use of facial recognition and other tools.
The Trump administration announced plans on Sept 1 to expand the collection of personal "biometric” information by the agency in charge of immigration enforcement, raising concerns about civil liberties and data protection.
Having a tough time recognising your neighbours behind their pandemic masks? Computers are finding it more difficult, too.
With Covid-19 ravaging the aviation industry, airlines and airports worldwide are reining in costs and halting new spending, except in one area: reassuring pandemic-wary passengers about travel.
Each morning, workers at Google get an internal newsletter called the "Daily Insider.” Kent Walker, Google’s top lawyer, set off a firestorm when he argued in the Nov 14 edition that the 21-year old company had outgrown its policy of allowing workers to access nearly any internal document.
A complaint filed Dec 3 accused Google of terminating staff in retaliation for activism about working conditions, the latest in a series of such allegations against the Internet giant.