By Amber Pavucsko, Staff Writer What do you do if your $1,500 electronic device breaks? Maybe you try to fix it yourself to save some money,but you need a special screwdriver to open it up. So, you buy the screwdriver, but realize the device’s battery needs to be replaced after it has […]
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By: Donald Shelton, Staff Writer In September 2019, after a decade and a half court battle, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit upheld the district court’s order of contempt and $40 million sanctions against Warner Laboratories, Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc., and individual officers. In 2004, the Federal Trade […]
By Samantha Cook, Staff Writer “If something is free, you’re not the customer – you’re the product.” While free for users, Facebook turns its consumer data into a huge profit. Christopher Wylie, a whistleblower from the U.K. consulting firm Cambridge Analytica came forward recently about what he considered to […]
By Joseph Baublitz, Staff Writer Amazon has made headlines recently by requesting proposals for a second headquarters that will be a “full equal” to the Seattle campus. Amazon projects that the new headquarters could add up to up to 50,000 jobs. Pittsburgh is among more than 100 cities all over […]
The Internet of Things Takes Over: Are We Sacrificing Our Privacy and Security for Convenience? By Ian Grecco, Staff Writer How society uses the Internet is constantly transforming. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a relatively new concept and uses the Internet to control objects for people’s everyday life. […]