Victory! Court Orders CA Prisons to Release Race of Parole Candidates
by Saira Hussain on Aug 11, 2020
In a win for transparency, a state court judge ordered the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to disclose records […]
On the Road to Victory for Human Rights in Mexico!
by Cory Doctorow on Aug 11, 2020
Mexico’s National Commission for Human Rights has taken a crucial step towards averting a human rights catastrophe, asking Mexico’s […]
Guitar Villain? Ubisoft Patents Basic Teaching Techniques
by Rory Mir on Aug 10, 2020
In 2012, Ubisoft launched an educational video game called Rocksmith. The idea was simple: why get good at playing a toy guitar, as in games like […]
Final Weekend for EFF's 30th Anniversary Challenge Coin
by Aaron Jue on Aug 8, 2020
To celebrate the Electronic Frontier Foundation's 30th anniversary, both new and upgrading recurring supporters can claim a first-of-its-kind EFF […]
EFF Joins SPLC Letter to Georgia High School Expressing Concern Over Restriction to Students’ Free Speech
by David Greene on Aug 7, 2020
The First Amendment includes the right to use technology to create and preserve images, and otherwise collect information, of newsworthy events. This […]
Victory! EFF Defends Public’s Right to Access Court Records About Patent Ownership
by Alex Moss on Aug 7, 2020
The public’s right of access to court proceedings is well-established as a legal principle, but it needs constant defending. In part, […]
FAQ: Why Brazil’s Plan to Mandate Traceability in Private Messaging Apps Will Break User’s Expectation of Privacy and Security
by Katitza Rodriguez on Aug 7, 2020
Despite widespread complaints about its effects on human rights, the Brazilian Senate has fast-tracked the approval of “PLS 2630/2020”, […]
No to Blockchain Credentials of COVID-19 Test Results for Entry to Public Spaces
by Adam Schwartz on Aug 6, 2020
An ill-conceived California bill endorses a blockchain-based system that would turn COVID-19 test results into permanent records that could be used […]
Californians, Sacramento Needs Your Voice on the State's Broadband Future
by Ernesto Falcon on Aug 5, 2020
Two bills before the California legislature in its final month of session, S.B. 1130 and A.B. 570, chart very different courses for the state’s […]
Digital Rights On the Ground: The View from EFF’s Intake Desk
by Haley Pedersen on Aug 5, 2020
If you’re familiar with EFF, you know that we do our best to defend and promote digital civil liberties through a powerful blend of impact […]
Google, Harvard, and EdX Team Up to Offer TinyML Training
A new certification program aims to foster more development in a segment of machine learning that would run on small devices at the edge.
Freedom Financial CIO Taps Analytics for COVID Tracking
As employees trickle back to the office, Freedom Financial is using technology and analytics to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Shifting Cloud Adoption in the Enterprise
Portability of applications, seamless data integration, and business alliances between vendors means enterprises need to prepare for omni-cloud adoptions soon.
How to Integrate Edge Computing With Your Core Systems
There are five key challenges to getting edge computing devices to work with core enterprise IT systems, and several ways to work through those challenges.
Workflow Concerns Temper DevOps Adoption in Healthcare
A survey by Redgate highlights expectations and reservations the healthcare sector has about diving into DevOps methodology.
Making Predictive Analytics Work in an Uncertain World
Rapid, sometimes dramatic change has become "the new normal," but what we know now can help us improve predictive model accuracy.
The Future of Work in a Post-COVID Era
Advice for CIOs: With remote working here to stay, now is the time to advance cloud initiatives, consider uses for AI, and strengthen business continuity.
How Synthetic Data Accelerates Coronavirus Research
When your research could save COVID-19 patients, you don't want to wait around for institutional approval to use patient data in research. Here's an alternative.
Conversational AI Comes of Age
The COVID-19 pandemic can have far-reaching effects on how the financial services industry interacts with customers, and service centers equipped with conversational AI will come to the fore.
Adding Fuel to the MSP vs. In-house IT Debate
Recent changes to employee support delivery options and more reliance on third-party cloud services help make a stronger case for MSPs. Here's a look at the pros and cons for both sides.