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TechNN Archive: Tuesday, February 6, 2018


  • "France's new texting-while-driving law gets you even if the engine is off" BGR 9:11 PM
  • "What we can expect from future cryptocurrency regulation worldwide" ZDNet 12:00 PM
  • "China launches salvo against 'network navy' of trolls who spread fake news: More than 200 arrests, thousands of accounts and websites seized for 'illegal speculation.'" Ars Technica 11:32 AM
  • "Waymo vs Uber: As the case opens, a convoy of allegations/Let the car-bunkle begin" The Inquirer 9:43 AM
  • "Julian Assange Loses Bid to Have Warrant Dropped, Will Still Be Arrested If He Leaves Embassy in London" Gizmodo 8:48 AM
  • "Seattle officials allege Facebook violated political ad laws, seek spending data from tech giant" GeekWire 7:14 AM
  • "Seattle says Facebook broke one of its campaign advertising laws" TechCrunch 6:59 AM
  • "NYPD starts replacing cops' Windows Phones with iPhones: It started with Manhattan: Brooklyn and Queens are next." Engadget 6:54 AM
  • "Lawmakers call on US to extend conditions of Comcast-NBC merger: Not that they're likely to be heard in the current climate." Engadget 6:55 AM
  • "Alleged hacker Lauri Love 'relieved' by court ruling" BBC 6:56 AM