A Chinese official explained how the country’s electric-car surveillance works

A Chinese official explained how the country’s electric-car surveillance works

That’s quite different from how the industry operates elsewhere—carmakers worldwide collect data from cars to improve performance, but no manufacturers in other major nations using electric vehicles, such as Japan, Germany, or the UK, are required to provide real-time data like the Chinese government asks for.

Shatter Secrets: A proposed solution for cross-border data protection

Shatter Secrets: A proposed solution for cross-border data protection

“Lying to border people never ends well,” said Ian Goldberg, professor at the University of Waterloo’s Cheriton School of Computer Science , speaking to The Daily Swig about his new data project, Shatter Secrets.

Google and Facebook employees are teaming up against their bosses

In part, the move comes out of Googler frustration that the the company has not ended arbitration agreements as it promised to after November’s Google walkout, organizers wrote in a Medium post today : The change yielded a win in the headlines, but provided no meaningful gains for worker equity … nor any actual change in employee contracts or future offer letters.

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