aliJune 1, 2019


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aliJune 1, 2019


A US judge directed Facebook Inc to give investors emails and different records concerning how the internet based life organization handles information security, after information for an expected 87 million clients was gotten to by the British political counseling firm Cambridge Analytica.

In a choice on Thursday, Vice Chancellor Joseph Slights of the Delaware Chancery Court said investors exhibited a “credible basis” individuals may have submitted bad behavior regarding information security ruptures.

He noticed that Facebook had, at the season of the 2015 Cambridge Analytica break, been liable to an assent order with the US Federal Trade Commission, under which the Menlo Park, California-based organization guaranteed to support its information safety efforts.

Facebook and its legal advisors did not promptly react on Friday to demands for input. Attorneys for the investors did not promptly react to comparable solicitations.

Claims of ill-advised utilization of Facebook client information by Cambridge Analytica, enlisted by Donald Trump’s 2016 US race crusade, incited a progression of US and European administrative tests. The rupture was unveiled in March 2018 and Cambridge later closed down here

Investors said they sued Facebook in September to get records identified with Cambridge Analytica and different breaks, and after discovering bad behavior may later sue organization officers and executives through an alleged subordinate claim.

In a reference, Slights said his choice ceased “well short” of presuming that officers or executives occupied with bad behavior, and any such assurance “anticipates one more day.”

newsdailyMay 10, 2019


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Toyota Motor Corp said it was halting plans to install Dedicated Short-Range Communications technology on US vehicles aimed at letting cars and trucks communicate with one another to avoid collisions.

Automakers have been divided over whether to proceed with the DSRC system or use a 4G- or 5G-based system in the United States. Toyota’s announcement is a major blow to advocates of DSRC.

The Japanese automaker announced plans in April 2018 to begin the installation of DSRC technology in 2021 “with the goal of adoption across most of its lineup by the mid-2020s.”

Earlier, it said in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that “unfortunately we have not seen significant production commitments from other automakers.”

Automakers were allocated a section of spectrum for DSRC in the 5.9 GHz band in 1999 but it has essentially gone unused. Some FCC and cable company officials want to reallocate the spectrum for WiFi and other uses. Testing has gone on for years to see if the band can be shared.

DSRC supporters note the US Transportation Department has invested over $700 million in the system’s development. The cellular option has issues, including problems with interoperability, and is not mature enough to be deployed in the 5.9 GHz band, they say.

Toyota said that the decision was based on “a range of factors, including the need for greater automotive industry commitment as well as federal government support to preserve the 5.9 GHz spectrum band for DSRC.”

The chance that the band could be subjected to “harmful interference from unlicensed operations… creates a substantial and arguably insurmountable risk,” the company said.

It said that it would “continue to re-evaluate the deployment environment” and said it is still a strong backer of DSRC “because we believe it is the only proven and available technology for collision avoidance communication.”

Toyota’s announcement means it is “imperative that the FCC provide clear guidance and certainty to the private sector companies and road operators that are trying to create a safer environment,” said the Intelligent Transportation Society of American, a group representing public, private and academic organizations.

DSRC transmissions enable vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications and broadcast precise vehicle information up to 10 times per second, including location, speed and acceleration.

NHTSA has estimated that connected vehicles technologies could eliminate or reduce the severity of up to 80 percent of crashes not involving impaired drivers.

General Motors Co backs DSRC and has installed the technology on a small number of Cadillac CTS sedans it has sold since 2017.

In December 2016, the Department of Transportation proposed to mandate DSRC in all new vehicles. The Trump administration has not acted on the proposal.

Last year, the acting head of the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Heidi King, said the agency’s “past research has centered around DSRC — because that was the only technology available.”

The NHTSA was “exploring other technologies” including cellular-based services being pursued by Ford Motor Co, she said.

Ford said in January it planned to deploy cellular vehicle-to-everything technology,  or C-V2X , in all new US vehicle models beginning in 2022.

The Transportation Department plans a meeting on Monday with automakers and state transportation officials about connected vehicle efforts, officials said.

newsdailyMay 10, 2019


(Reuters) – Microsoft Corp on Thursday announced new tools for software makers aimed at making technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain easier for businesses to use.

Microsoft released the tools ahead of its software developer conference next week in Seattle. Once known mostly for its Windows personal computer operating system, the company now relies on revenue growth from its cloud-based computing and software services, most of which are sold to other businesses.

While Microsoft still trails the cloud computing leader Inc’s Amazon Web Services in revenue, it has taken a different approach to the market, designing many of its services to be run in either Microsoft’s Azure data centers, its customers private data centers, or a combination of the two.

Amazon, by contrast, at first asked customers move their data to its own servers, though it too has in recent years moved toward Microsoft’s “hybrid” approach.

One new service from Microsoft helps online retailers recommend products based on shopping history and can be combined with a retailer’s existing recommendation engine, said Scott Guthrie, Microsoft’s cloud and artificial intelligence chief.

“They’re using ours in addition to the existing system they had and seeing some tremendous wins in terms of productivity as part of it,” Guthrie said. “I don’t think it’s going to be necessarily always a winner takes all.”

Microsoft is also releasing tools to let users make artificial intelligence models without having to write the underlying code. Those models can then be “trained” using the business owner’s data in Microsoft’s cloud.

The company is also introducing a cloud-based blockchain service. The block chain, a ledger for keeping track of transactions among many participants, is used in the financial technology space, and Microsoft said it is working with JP Morgan Chase & Co on the bank’s Quorum offering.

But Microsoft’s Guthrie said blockchain has other uses, such as the system Microsoft helped Starbucks Corp build to track the coffee as it moves from farms to stores to a customer’s cup.

“That enables them, from a quality control perspective, to dramatically improve the end-to-end supply chain and deliver a better product,” Guthrie said.

Microsoft also said it is releasing a developer edition of its HoloLens 2 headset that was announced earlier this year. The device, which overlays digital information on the real world, will cost $3,500 and is aimed businesses uses like safety training and complex repair work.

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