The company argues that court orders for customer data often come with gag orders that Microsoft claims are a violation of customers’ privacy rights. The government contends Microsoft doesn’t have authority to sue on behalf of the customer.
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The move seems geared to infusing prestige and drawing new writers to the world of self-publishing, a rapidly expanding but chaotic universe where it’s often...
Jeff Raikes rose to prominence in a 27-year career at the tech giant and later became CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The Bellingham company aims to be a “security company for water,” offering technology alerting its business customers to leaks and other problems in their systems.
Blindfolded players use a game’s sound effects and music to keep track of where they may be, with the aim to break records.
Thousands of Amazon staffers took over CenturyLink Field on Friday for a “post-holiday” party that showcased the company’s growth. The event was headlined by pop...
The crew of developers and writers behind Presterity.org aims to document the Trump administration. Also, local financial advisers predict the Dow Jones industrial average will...