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Uber sets safety review; media report says software cited in fatal crash

Uber Technologies Inc said it has retained a former top US transportation official to advise it on safety after a fatal self-driving crash in March, but it declined to comment on a technology website's report that a software flaw was responsible for the accident.

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Judge in Google, Oracle case seeks names of paid reporters, bloggers

The judge says said he was concerned the companies may have retained or paid people who may have published comment on the case.

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg under pressure over data breach

Government officials in the US and Europe are demanding answers from Facebook Inc after reports that Cambridge Analytica, the advertising-data firm that helped Donald Trump win the US presidency, retained information on tens of millions of Facebook users without their consent.

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Gates richest American, 3 tech chiefs join top 10: Forbes

Microsoft founder Bill Gates retained his title as wealthiest American, while three founders of online companies joined the top 10, according to the Forbes 400 list released Sept 29.

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New evidence in Waymo v. Uber: Paper trail shows deleted files, shredded disks

New details regarding the Waymo files Anthony Levandowski had – and how he tried to delete them – came out Oct 2 when a top-secret and hotly contested report was finally made public for the first time in the Waymo vs Uber case.

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Facial recognition may help you clear immigration faster. Should you worry about your privacy?

Say goodbye to standing in long lines clutching boarding passes and other travel documents.

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Equifax failed to patch security vulnerability in March

Equifax Inc was alerted in March to the software security vulnerability that led to hackers obtaining personal information of more than 140 million Americans but took months to patch it.

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US judge rejects class actions over Internet music prices

A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday said consumers accusing several big music companies of conspiring to inflate prices of music sold over the Internet and on compact discs cannot pursue their claims in class actions.