The Circuit: Net neutrality vote delayed, Supreme Court rules in FOIA case, Apple to launch iPad 2
Christine Jones, GoDaddy.com's general counsel and corporate secretary, testified Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary committee as it considered how best to tackle the problem of Web sites that post content that violates intellectual property laws. Jones spoke with Post Tech on Tuesday about the issues she planned to raise in her testimony and the possibility of federal regulations on handling intellectual property violations.
Tech CEOs meet the president: CEOs from top tech companies will head to the White House Wednesday morning, including Google's Eric Schmidt, Cisco's John Chambers and John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, to discuss ways to foster jobs...
- Yahoo, Inc. will lay off between 650 and 700 people today, mostly from its US units, according to Monday night reports from All Things Digital. Early rumors speculated that the Sunnyvale, Calif. company would reduce its staff by 20...
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| December 13, 2010; 8:40 AM ET |
Categories: Apple, Comcast, Consumers, FCC, FTC, Facebook, Google, Kids Online, Microsoft, Mobile, Net Neutrality, Privacy, Social media, Verizon, Yahoo
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Ask.com announced on Tuesday that it’s cutting 130 engineers and closing two offices, putting an end to a five-year struggle by media mogul, Barry Diller, to go up against search giant Google.