A federal court should not permit five leading Internet companies to reveal how often they are ordered to turn over information about their customers in national security investigations, the government argued in papers released Wednesday.
Microsoft is asking a court to let it disclose data on national security orders the company has received under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Google is asking the Obama administration for permission to disclose more details about the U.S. government’s demands for email and other personal information transmitted online in an effort to distance itself from an Internet dragnet.
The Homeland Security Department expects applications for high-skilled immigration visas to outpace the available supply in a matter of days, one of the fastest runs on the much-sought-after work permits in years and a sign of continued economic recovery amid new hiring by U.S. technology companies.
After firing the latest round of shots with the ‘Scroogled’ campaign, Microsoft has made it perfectly clear that the gloves are off between the two internet giants, and there’s no time for hurt feelings.
Microsoft Corp., the Hewlett-Packard Co. and other multinational corporations have avoided billions in U.S. taxes by shifting profits offshore and taking advantage of weak, ambiguous sections of the tax code, Senate investigators said Thursday.
Microsoft is investigating reports of malware being found on brand new computers in China.
n everything it does, from product design to business deals, Apple strives for as much control as possible.
But as the world’s most valuable company sets out to define and dominate the rapidly evolving markets it created with the iPhone and iPad, Apple is likely to face antitrust regulators who want to curb its power.
Look for Microsoft to make a splash here in the Nation’s Capital. The corporation is teaming up with the District of Columbia government, bringing economic growth and development.