Net neutrality in jeopardy with a Trump administration and Republican Congress

Republicans don’t like net neutrality and are expected to change or overturn the regulations that allow consumers equal access to all internet content. As a candidate, President-elect Donald Trump promised to change the regulations.

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FAA looks to boost commercial drone use with new regulations

The Federal Aviation Administration has published its regulations for small drones, a key move toward integrating commercial use of the technology into America’s airspace.

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Linksys bucks trend, will support open source firmware on WRT routers

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Linksys isn’t going to abandon the open-source firmware community, despite the FCC’s new regulations. Some of the company’s routers will continue to support OpenWRT.

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Vint Cerf, hundreds of researchers, call on FCC to mandate open-source router firmware

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The FCC is proposing tightening regulations on routers, while a group of researchers and programmers want open-source firmware to be mandated.

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Self-driving Apple car may be 'almost ready for public view' following talks with California DMV

California laws and regulations for self-driving cars may force Apple’s “Project Titan” out of the shadows and into the public view, and sooner than some may have expected, according to a new report.

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China reportedly defers banking technology regulations, relieves pressure on foreign firms

China has reportedly agreed to delay a rollout of regulations that would restrict state-operated banks from purchasing or employing foreign equipment and technology.



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New Obama Internet regulations mean new taxes and less service, critics say

The Federal Communications Commission released more than 300 pages of Internet regulations Thursday, which critics say will increase the cost of Internet and slow improvements.

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China to demand source code access, backdoors in some tech products

China’s central government has introduced new procurement regulations that would force technology companies wishing to do business with the country’s banks to submit source code for review and build government-accessible backdoors into their products, according to a Wednesday report.



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China bans government agencies from purchasing Apple products – report

New procurement regulations handed down last month by the Chinese central government will prevent both national and local agencies from considering future purchases of some Apple products with public funds, a Wednesday report said.



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