Barack Obama

Obama's Call for Student and Consumer Data Protection Laws: Critics Already See Cracks

This week, President Obama called for new laws protecting Americans from the kind of massive data breaches that defined the consumer cybersecurity narrative in 2014, along with a proposal to limit technology companies' use of student data.

"El Chapo" Guzman's Advanced Tech Helped Him Evade the Law: Also His Downfall

Joaquin Guzmán, Mexico's most powerful drug lord also known as "El Chapo," used high-tech methods to evade international authorities for more than a decade, according to a new report. Those high-tech tools, however, also led to his downfall.
Google glasses

Google Glass User Pulled from Movie, Questioned by DHS, Is Pretty Cool About It

Google hopes its wearable computing eyeglasses, Glass, is poised to revolutionize our daily interaction with technology and the internet, but it's already proved a challenge to laws and societal norms. Just two days after Glass Explorer Cecilia Abadie got out of a ticket she received for "driving with [a computer] monitor visible to driver" while wearing Glass, another Explorer has run into the long, outmoded, arm of the law.
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