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More privacy: The FCC voted on Thursday to adopt rules designed to limit how much of internet subscribers’ data ISPs can sell, share, and trade, and to let customers have some more control over the uses of their personal information.
We've got questions: A group of 23 lawmakers wants to know what the Department of Justice would do with expanded hacking authority.
Coming soon: Almost a year after a recall of nearly 500,000 Auvi-Q epinephrine injectors after finding they might not provide the correct dosage to patients, the product is gearing up for a comeback, potentially creating a less expensive competitor to the EpiPen.
Fiberless forever: The CEO of Google Fiber wants you to know that Fiber is doing great. So great, in fact, that he’s leaving, employees are being laid off, and expansion into any “potential” city is totally halting immediately.
Ouch: Twitter has announced that it’s laying off 9% of its workforce as it prepares to go it alone after failing to attract a solid suitor.