Silicon Valley Appeases Janitors With Shiny New Contracts

Business | Connor D. Wolf
People are silhouetted as they pose with laptops in front of a screen projected with a Google logo, in this picture illustration taken in Zenica October 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

A big strike is avoided.

EU's Fight With Google Is Bigger Than Android: The War to Control The Web Has Gone Mobile

| Nada Stirratt
Google and European Union logos are seen in Sarajevo

In 2016, the only regulatory fight that matters is the fight over mobile.

Saudi Arabia's Oil Apocalypse Plan Is A $2 Trillion Piggy Bank

Daily Caller News Foundation | JP Carroll
File photo of Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reacting upon his arrival at the Elysee Palace in Paris

Kingdom looking to get out of oil business

Google, The Obama Administration, And Even More Questionable Policy

Opinion | Seton Motley
Barack Obama and Eric Schmidt at Google. Getty Images.

One has to wonder if anyone other than Google — under these same exact circumstances — would have received patent approval.

CA Regulators Extend Lifeline To Obama-Backed Solar Plant -- Won't Say How Much It'll Cost Ratepayers

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Katie Kukulka, an information officer with the California Energy Commission, takes photos during a tour of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in the Mojave Desert near the California-Nevada border February 13, 2014. The project, a partnership of NRG, BrightSource, Google and Bechtel, is the world's largest solar thermal facility and uses 347,000 sun-facing mirrors to produce 392 Megawatts of electricity, enough energy to power more than 140,000 homes. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) - RTX18S50

Ivanpah can keep incinerating birds and blinding pilots until the end of July

Obama-Backed Solar Plant Could Be Shut Down For Not Producing Enough Energy

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Heliostats reflect sunlight onto boilers in towers during the grand opening of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in the Mojave Desert near the California-Nevada border Feb. 13, 2014. (REUTERS/Steve Marcus)

It also blinded airline pilots and incinerated birds

How Google Maps May Be Helping Illegal Immigrants Skirt Border Controls

Daily Caller News Foundation | Rachel Stoltzfoos
A Mexico fan reacts after the 2010 World Cup second round soccer match between Argentina and Mexico at Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg June 27, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

‘Routes To Avoid’

Don't Let Google And Big Cable Hold Up Wi-Fi Innovation

Opinion | Mike Wendy
The Google internet homepage is displayed on a product at a store in London

Consumers should decide what technologies succeed or fail in the mobile marketplace, not lobbyists for special interests.

Google's Drone Service Could Deliver Cold Beer Right To Your Hand As Early As Next Year

Daily Caller News Foundation | Casey Harper

‘I think it’s possible literally within the next year or two’

Just Because It's Easier to Steal, Doesn't Mean It Isn't Stealing

Opinion | Seton Motley
The new Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California

These bills are anti-intellectual property. And anti-property. And anti-technological advancement.

Google Search Connects Trump To Hitler

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
Hitler and Donald Trump [Getty Images]

Searching for Trump’s book suggests Mein Kampf as related search

Gmail Bot Marks Bernie's Campaign Promises As Fraud. Literally.

Daily Caller News Foundation | Connor D. Wolf
Bernie Sanders. (Photo: Getty Images)

‘Be careful with this message’

Paris Attacks Put Congress 'On A Collision Course' With Silicon Valley

Daily Caller News Foundation | Steve Ambrose
The word 'password' is pictured on a computer screen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin May 21, 2013. The Financial Times' website and Twitter feeds were hacked May 17, 2013, renewing questions about whether the popular social media service has done enough to tighten security as cyber-attacks on the news media intensify. The attack is the latest in which hackers commandeered the Twitter account of a prominent news organization to push their agenda. Twitter's 200 million users worldwide send out more than 400 million tweets a day, making it a potent distributor of news. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) - RTXZUYO
After the Paris attacks, Congress has renewed its focus on controlling encryption.

Google Is Bad For Traffic

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
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Clogging the superhighway

Net Neutrality Trumping Privacy Undercuts The U.S.-EU Data Safe Harbor

Opinion | Scott Cleland
A Facebook logo on an Ipad is reflected among source code on the LCD screen of a computer in this photo illustration

The U.S. government’s Internet priorities in Europe are upside down.

Facebook Throws Its Weight Behind 'Criminalization' Of Revenge Porn

Daily Caller News Foundation | Steve Ambrose
A girl in a bikini sits by the pool, soaking up the sun.

The company ‘does not tolerate revenge porn.’

Consumers Need More Radio Spectrum

Opinion | Alan Daley
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The date is overdue for the auctioning of 95 megahertz that NTIA already admitted was surplus to government needs.

Car Companies Intend To Accept Full Liability For Self-Driving Car Accidents

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Handout photo of a Goggle self-driving car

With the autonomous car revolution edging closer, three of the major manufacturers have claimed full responsibility for accidents caused by technological errors.

The So-Called 'Electronic Communications Privacy Act' Lets The Government Read Your Emails

Daily Caller News Foundation | Kathryn Watson
A man types on a computer keyboard in Warsaw in this February 28, 2013. (REUTERS/Kacper Pempel)

‘Actually encourage government agencies to do precisely that’

Thousands Of US Tech Companies Affected By EU Ruling

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks on stage during a town hall with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California September 27, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

An agreement that allows thousands of companies to transfer data between Europe and the U.S. was ruled invalid by the highest EU court Tuesday, following revelations of U.S. government snooping.