Trump Pardons Ex-Google Engineer
Anthony Levandowski, a pioneer in autonomous vehicles, was found guilty of what one judge called "the biggest trade secret crime I have ever seen."
Google Workers Form a Union
The ‘minority union’ will have limited power under U.S. labor law until it is supported by a majority of employees.
Google Waives $1.5B in DeepMind Startup Debt
The waiver "underscores Google's commitment to DeepMind, with little indication the [AI] startup is likely to turn a profit any time soon."
Tech Execs Face Questions on Immunity Law
The heads of Facebook, Twitter, and Google said changes to Section 230 could change how they moderate content.
House Urges Reforms to Curb Big Tech Firms
Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple "have become the kinds of monopolies we last saw in the era of oil barons and railroad tycoons."
Apple, Google, Dropbox Face Italy Antitrust Probes
Italy’s competition authority is looking into the companies’ cloud storage services after complaints about allegedly unfair commercial practices.
Engineer Gets 18 Months in Google Secrets Case
Anthony Levandowski had pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of files from Google's self-driving car program to benefit himself and Uber.
Tech Giants Sued Over Photos in Facial Recognition Database
Microsoft, Amazon, and Google allegedly used pictures collected without consent to train their technologies.
Google Abandons Cloud Initiative in China
The tech giant’s ‘Isolated Region’ would have allowed it to offer cloud services in regions that want to control data within their borders.
CFOs On the Move: Week Ending June 26
Jones Lang LaSalle, Mattel, Six Flags, Dachser, Palo Alto Networks, Confluent, Aerospace, Harvest, GEON Performance Solutions
Apple, Google Add Tech Muscle to Virus Fight
The companies have teamed up to add technology to their smartphones that will alert users if they have been in contact with a COVID-19 infected person.