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UK government proposes new IoT rules: firms must tell consumers how long security updates will be provided, ship individual devices with unique passwords, more (Danny Palmer/ZDNet)

Danny Palmer / ZDNet: UK government proposes new IoT rules: firms must tell consumers how long security updates will be provided, ship individual devices with unique passwords, more  —  Proposed laws from the UK for Internet of Things security and suggests vendors will need to follow new rules to be considered [Read More...]

As Alphabet and Microsoft clamor for regulation of tech like facial recognition, potential new rules and their obstacles pose existential threats to startups (Azeem Azhar/Exponential View)

Azeem Azhar / Exponential View: As Alphabet and Microsoft clamor for regulation of tech like facial recognition, potential new rules and their obstacles pose existential threats to startups  —  You couldn’t have missed it.  The world’s largest tech companies have started to clamour for regulation in this hugely [Read More...]

As China tries to contain the coronavirus, the sheer volume of criticism of the government overwhelms censors and tests China’s ability to control the narrative (Raymond Zhong/New York Times)

Raymond Zhong / New York Times: As China tries to contain the coronavirus, the sheer volume of criticism of the government overwhelms censors and tests China’s ability to control the narrative  —  The sheer volume of criticism of the government, and the sometimes clever ways that critics dodge censors, are testing [Read More...]

Governments and Enterprises Can’t Get Enough of Blockchain

Governments have long been wary of Bitcoin, while expressing admiration for its innovative ledger system. This trend can be traced back till 2014, when the “blockchain not bitcoin” mantra was coined. Six years on and that sentiment is being backed by action as governments and businesses the world over commission blockchain initiatives. [Read More...]

FCC unlocks 3.5GHz band of spectrum used by Citizens Broadband Radio Service, enhancing connectivity via “OnGo” services in the latest iOS and Android phones (Jeremy Horwitz/VentureBeat)

Jeremy Horwitz / VentureBeat: FCC unlocks 3.5GHz band of spectrum used by Citizens Broadband Radio Service, enhancing connectivity via “OnGo” services in the latest iOS and Android phones  —  Following six years of private and public collaboration to open up some of the United States’ most valuable wireless [Read More...]

Consumer IoT is in trouble because normal people can’t be expected to manage a house full of smart things or keep track of their bugs and looming obsolescence (Jean-Louis Gassée/Monday Note)

Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note: Consumer IoT is in trouble because normal people can’t be expected to manage a house full of smart things or keep track of their bugs and looming obsolescence  —  The everything-computerized-and-always- connected smarthome is a work in progress.  This slow pace is a good thing [Read More...]

SuperAwesome, which offers tools for kid-safe advertising, parental controls, and more, raises $17M from Microsoft’s M12, says it had $55M in revenue in 2019 (Sarah Perez/TechCrunch)

Sarah Perez / TechCrunch: SuperAwesome, which offers tools for kid-safe advertising, parental controls, and more, raises $17M from Microsoft’s M12, says it had $55M in revenue in 2019  —  Kidtech startup SuperAwesome has raised an additional $17 million in funding, which includes a new strategic investment from [Read More...]

Heated Debate Continues Over Bitcoin Cash Infrastructure Funding Plan

Last Wednesday, the founder of the mining operation Btc.top announced a proposal that would fund Bitcoin Cash (BCH) development over the course of six months. Over the last five days, the funding plan has been the most dominant conversation within the BCH ecosystem, as supporters debate the merits of the miner’s proposal. This week, BCH [Read More...]
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