The chief executive had initially resisted meeting with European authorities, who have emerged as the world’s most assertive watchdog of the technology industry.
Intel plans to release patches for a new vulnerability affecting its chips, the second time this year it has addressed flaws known as Spectre and Meltdown. It is unlikely to be the last.
More than two dozen civil rights organizations asked the tech giant to stop selling its image recognition system to law enforcement agencies.
Using laser scanners and 3D printers
Mark Zuckerberg apologized to EU lawmakers over the fake-news and privacy scandals engulfing Facebook, but rebuffed suggestions that the company has outsize market power and avoided responding to many difficult questions.
If you thought Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg got off too easy in his recent testimony before Congress, you may want to tune in when he speaks to European lawmakers in Brussels.
Amazon cultivated an image as a customer-friendly company in part by making it easy for shoppers to send back items they don’t want. Then it started banning customers who return too many items.
A trade group representing news organizations raised concerns to Facebook that the social media company’s rules on political ads are overly broad and could affect their ability to promote stories.