Microsoft Agrees to $20 Million Settlement With FTC Over Kids’ Data on the Xbox
The Federal Trade Commission announced it has reached a settlement agreement with Microsoft for $20 million over how it handled kids’ data on the Xbox.
SEC Sues Binance and Founder Changpeng Zhao
The SEC has filed a suit against Binance, its various entities, and founder Changpeng Zhao, claiming they are guilty of a “calculated evasion of the law.”
EU Pushes For Companies to Label AI-Generated Content
The European Union is pushing for Google, Meta, and other companies to label AI-generated content in an effort to combat misinformation.
Apple Introduces Vision Pro, ‘A Revolutionary Spatial Computer’
Apple kicked off WWDC with a bang, introducing its highly anticipated virtual reality (VR) platform, calling it a “revolutionary spatial computer.”
Microsoft Doesn’t Want Employees Sharing Sensitive Data With ChatGPT
Microsoft may be going all-in on OpenAI tech and ChatGPT, but that doesn’t mean the company wants sensitive information shared with it.
Change Management: Successfully Leading Your Organization Through Transitions
Are you ready to lead your organization through change management? Learn some helpful tips in the article below.
NHTSA Wants Cars to Have Automatic Braking Systems
US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is pushing for vehicles to have automatic braking systems.
The Tenacious Climb of Women Returning to Work in the Post-Pandemic Workplace
Learn more about how women returning to work are doing so with confidence in the workplace in the article below.