Amazon is launching two satellites into orbit this week as part of its space-based internet mission known as Project Kuiper. The aim is to beam internet to nearly anywhere in the world using thousands of satellites orbiting Earth.
Sarah Kreps is a professor of government anddirector of the Tech Policy Institute at Cornell where she researches the intersection of international politics, technology and national security. She says fines offer another regulatory avenue to rein in TikTok.
The White House has told federal agencies they have 30 days to remove TikTok from all government-issued devices. The following Cornell University experts are available to discuss the ban and its implications.
Cornell University computing and information science experts are available to weigh in on technology obstacles and opportunities, offering perspectives on ethics, machine learning, computational sustainability, cybersecurity and more.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government and expert in surveillance systems and cybersecurity, comments on efforts within the federal government to use data and surveillance to control the spread of the new coronavirus.
The Supreme Court is expected to hear arguments next week in a case that pits the federal government against Microsoft in a clash over the privacy of emails stored abroad. The case originated in 2013 when Microsoft refused to comply with a federal government warrant requesting access to emails stored in Ireland that were linked to a drug trafficking investigation.