Microsoft CEO Pushes For Major US-EU Privacy Agreement

Daily Caller News Foundation | Steve Ambrose
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‘Individuals should not lose their fundamental rights’

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.’

Clock Boy Plans Detour To Mecca Before Meeting Obama

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
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Will also meet with UN dignitaries for some reason

HP Lays Off 30,000 Employees While Demanding More Foreign Workers

Daily Caller News Foundation | Rachel Stoltzfoos
Unemployed and homeless people line up for a free meal and new shoes during a Good Friday event in Los Angeles, California on April 3, 2015. After a year of pumping up their payrolls, US employers sharply cut back hiring in March, in a fresh sign of a slowdown in the world's leading economy. (MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

‘A bumpy road’

Another Tech Giant Lays Off Thousands, Wants Access To More Foreign Workers

Business | Rachel Stoltzfoos
A protester holds a sign during a demonstration against unemployment benefit cuts on July 11, 2012 in Oakland. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

‘Carefully constructed, and misleading narrative’

Microsoft Lays Off Thousands While Demanding More H1-B Visas

Business | Blake Neff
An attendee at the Microsoft Ignite technology conference is seen next to the Microsoft logo in Chicago

Claims it can’t fill all its jobs while dumping thousands

Navy Spends Millions Maintaining Dated Software On 100,000 Machines

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
A man walks past a Microsoft billboard featuring Windows XP in November 2001 in Beijing. Kevin Lee/Getty Images

‘Without this continued support, vulnerabilities to these systems will be discovered’

The EU Thinks Its People Are Too Stupid To Sort Through Search Results

Business | Peter Fricke
Google and European Union logos are seen in Sarajevo, in this April 15, 2015 photo illustration. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Regulators chasing down Google

Government 'Rewrites' Law To Access Microsoft Emails Stored Overseas

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

‘The government rewrites an awful lot of it’

Windows 10 Is Coming Much Sooner Than Expected

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
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Microsoft moves launch date forward by months

A Second Attempt At Privacy And Justice: Pass The LEADS Act

Opinion | Alan Daley
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) speaks during a mark up hearing before the Senate Finance Committee on Capitol Hill September 23, 2009 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

The DOJ shouldn’t force companies to do their dirty work abroad.

The 7 Most-Exciting Announcements From Microsoft's Windows 10 Event

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
Microsoft Twitter Windows 10

Cortana, Xbox connectivity, virtual reality and more

Microsoft Announces Project Spartan, A New Web Browser For Windows 10

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
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Totally revamped web browser unveiled for Windows 10

Windows 10 Will Be A Free Upgrade For Windows 7 And 8 Users

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
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Major announcement made amid Microsoft’s Windows 10 unveil

Watch Microsoft's Biggest Windows Event In Years Live At Noon

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
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Microsoft pulls the shades back on Windows 10

Microsoft Proposes Minority Report-Style Facial Recognition Tech For Retailers

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
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‘Provides demographic and face recognition services…for analysis and for providing the customer with a more personal selling experience’

NBA Owner Was Dancing Like No One* Was Watching At Pre-Game Show...

Sports | Christian Datoc

Except the entire Staples Center was watching

Apple, Google, Facebook, Others Urge Senate To Pass NSA Reform Ahead Of Tuesday Vote

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

Companies make last-minute push for major surveillance reforms

DOJ Overreach Could Kill The Digital Economy

Opinion | Denys Emmert
File photo of a visitor walking past a Microsoft booth at a computer software expo in Beijing

Requests for data stored abroad have imperiled U.S. companies doing business internationally.

Hackers Charged With Stealing Microsoft Xbox, US Army Helicopter Software

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

Members of international hacking ring charged with more than $100 million in intellectual property theft