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TechNN Archive: Sunday, May 19, 2019


  • "Creators of WhatsApp attack software face lawsuit from Amnesty International" Digital Trends 6:16 PM
  • "Trump's Huawei ban a 'double-edged sword': As US and China square off, tech companies on both sides feel the heat" TechRadar UK 6:16 PM
  • "Breaking up Facebook is just a step on the road to rehab for America's relationship with big companies" Business Insider 11:03 AM
  • "Group accuses EU internet providers of violating net neutrality" Engadget 7:42 AM
  • "AT&T Faces Backlash Over Selling Customer Location Data But Claims It Acted Legally" HotHardware 5/18
  • "At least 186 EU ISPs use deep-packet inspection to shape traffic, break net neutrality" ["Earlier this week, this group -- made up of 45 entities from 15 countries -- has sent an open letter to EU authorities expressing concerns about European ISPs breaking net neutrality rules, and local regulators ignoring their actions."] ZDNet 5/18
  • "Man sentenced to over 18 months in prison after threatening to kill Ajit Pai: The man was arrested last June" The Verge 5/17
  • "Chinese billionaire Jack Ma: 'I worry about Europe' and its obsession with tech regulation" CNBC 5/17
  • "Facebook breakup would be solution of last resort: EU's Vestager" Reuters 5/17
  • "Huawei and suppliers make plans to face U.S. trade blacklist: Nikkei" Reuters 5/17
  • "Trump may stop Huawei in the US, but the underseas cable race continues" [BI Prime] Business Insider 5/17
  • "Democratic presidential candidates agree: Big Tech is too powerful" The Verge 5/17
  • "Italy's watchdog investigates Google for alleged antitrust abuse" Reuters 5/17
  • "American man accused in $9m net address theft" BBC 5/17