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The FAA is mulling changing proposed regulations for drones, and big tech will have its say.
Discussing FBI Director James Comey's testimony on Capitol Hill about Apple with Comey's Austin Berglas, Senior Managing Director & head of U.S. Cyber Investigations and Incident Response, K2 Intelligence.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) thinks the American people should decide on whether Apple should help the FBI access the iPhone one of the San Bernardino shooters used.
Former FBI Executive Assistant Director Shawn Henry says the iPhone one of the San Bernardino shooters used is owned by the county, and the county has already given the government access to the phone.
Reviews of Tim Cook's first television interview since a battle broke out between Apple and the FBI are mixed.
Guy Peddy, head of European telecom research at Macquarie Group, discusses Ofcom's call for BT to reform its Openreach network.
Nick Nelson, head of European equity strategy at UBS, discusses the telecoms sector and Ofcom's decision on BT's Openreach network.
Steven Oh, global head of credit and fixed income at PineBridge, discusses market liquidity problems and the limits of monetary policy.
David Stubbs, strategist at JP Morgan, comments on the decision from Ofcom calling for the U.K. broadband network to be opened up.
Discussing the issue of privacy versus security in light of Apple's fight with the FBI with Mary Galligan, former cyber chief at the FBI, Deloitte & Touche's Cyber Risk Services Practice.
France is seeking 1.6 billion euros in back taxes from Google, criticised for its use of aggressive tax optimisation techniques, a source said Wednesday.
The president said he's looking for a Supreme Court nominee with a sterling record, a deep respect for the judiciary's role, and an understanding of how the law affects people.
J&J was ordered to pay $72 million to the family of a woman whose death from ovarian cancer was linked to her use of the company's talc-based product.
Tight mortgage lending standards have hurt minority borrowers the most since the housing crisis. How nonprofits are helping more Americans become homeowners.
Discussing Apple's fight with the FBI and whether this is just a business decision or a greater security issue are Eli Dourado, Director of Technology at Mercatus Center and Nathan Hecht, DStrux CEO.
How to understand Uber's five-star rating system and cancellation policy given the weekend shooting spree in Michigan.
Hundreds of thousands of drone operators could now face hefty fines, or even jail, for failing to register their aircraft.
Google's parent Alphabet is stuck in an antitrust probe that could open the door for competitors like Facebook, says Robert Cryan in Breakingviews.
Neither the FBI nor Apple are clear winners when it comes to consumer attitudes.
Discussing the law enforcement angle of the Apple/FBI fight is Timothy Murphy, Retired FBI Deputy Director and Thomson Reuters Specials Services President.
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