Senate Set To Vote On Overturning FCC's Net Neutrality Repeal
NPR, 16 May at 18:48
The Senate is voting on a resolution Wednesday to nullify the Federal Communications Commission's rollback of net neutrality, which is scheduled to take place next month. At least one Republican – Sen. Susan Collins – has joined Democrats who want to ...
A Phony Vote on 'Net Neutrality'
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Lewandowski advising T-Mobile on Sprint merger
Politico, 26 May at 01:16
Corey Lewandowski is advising T-Mobile on how to win approval for its proposed merger with Sprint, according to the company. Lewandowski is advising T-Mobile through Turnberry Solutions, a lobbying firm started last year by two fellow veterans of ...
Service Dog Waiting to Board Flight Goes Into Labor, Delivers 8 Puppies
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth, 26 May at 00:32
A service dog waiting with her owner to board a Philadelphia-bound flight at Tampa International Airport went into labor at the gate as travelers gathered around and watched. Tampa Fire Rescue said Eleanor Rigby, a 2-year-old golden retriever, went
Stocks Dip as Oil Prices and Energy Companies Fall Sharply
U.S. News & World Report, 25 May at 23:37
A sharp drop in crude oil prices sends energy companies skidding to their worst losses in months, weighing down the broader stock market. May 25, 2018, at 4:39 p.m.. May 25, 2018, at 4:39 p.m.. More. U.S. News & World Report. Stocks Dip as Oil Prices
Service dog welcomes litter of puppies while waiting to board flight at Tampa International Airport
ABC Action News, 25 May at 23:33
TAMPA, Fla. — Commuters at Tampa International were hit with a serious dose of puppy love on Friday afternoon. The pup-arazzi was on hand to capture the moment a service dog went into labor while waiting for a flight at Tampa International Airport.
European Union's new privacy law made some websites go dark today. Here's what else has changed
Los Angeles Times, 25 May at 23:27
The European Union's new data privacy regimen, the bloc's first major overhaul of rules governing people's data since 2005, took effect Friday after months of sometimes frantic preparations by virtually any company that operates a website accessible there.
What You Should Do With All Those Privacy-Policy Emails Before You Delete Them
Slate Magazine, 25 May at 22:52
Thanks to the General Data Protection Regulation that just went into effect in the European Union, the internet has been raining privacy updates for weeks. Although it may be tempting, especially if you're not an EU citizen and aren't enjoying any new
FBI Says Russian Hackers Have Compromised Routers
PYMNTS.com, 25 May at 22:50
U.S. authorities said Friday (May 25) that Russian hackers had “compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers and could collect user information or shut down network traffic,” according to a report from Reuters. The new follows warnings ...
In two weeks, San Francisco will ban any companies renting out shared, dockless scooters unless they have a permit
Business Insider, 25 May at 22:35
Starting on June 4, San Francisco will ban all scooters unless they have a permit. The SFMTA hopes to give out permits by the end of June, meaning that scooters will only be off the streets for a short period next month. Under the new permit guidelines
Delta flight requests emergency landing due to ill flight attendant
Fox News, 25 May at 22:25
A Delta Air Lines aircraft flying into Detroit from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris requested an emergency landing on Friday due to an ill flight attendant, Delta has confirmed. “Delta Flight 97 from CDG to DTW declared a medical emergency about 45
US reaches deal to keep Chinese telecom ZTE in business: congressional aide
Reuters, 25 May at 21:49
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration told lawmakers the U.S. government has reached a deal to put Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp back in business, a senior congressional aide said on Friday. FILE PHOTO - Visitors pass in ...
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