Senator Blumenthal has issued a call for the FTC to investigate Zoom’s security, illustrating a schism within the government over the issue of encryption.
It was bound to happen: Senators have expressed concern about Google’s role in developing a site to help screen potential coronavirus patients.
Hope Solo is still in the game after last year’s domestic dispute debacle. To some, like Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, Hope Solo’s continuation as a starter for the U.S. women’s national team at the World Cup in Canada is…
The corporate world tends to slow down this time of year; people take time off, offices close, and product announcements are delayed. A dispute between Google and the Connecticut Attorney General over Street View is escalating, however, and it looks like some lawyers might be called into action as a result.
The tension over Google’s collection of sensitive WiFi data has risen again. Today, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal issued a civil investigative demand requiring that Google share the information gathered by its Street View cars.
Blumenthal defined the demand as being the equivalent of a subpoena, meaning Google should have little choice but to comply. It’s supposed to do so in the near future, too, as Blumenthal’s only given the company until December 17th to obey.