Techstrong News Recap – September 12, 2022

September 13, 2022

On Sept. 12, William Willis covered the U.S. barring tech companies from building plants in China for the next 10 years, the Data Protection Commission fining Instagram 400 million dollars for mishandling of children’s data and Apple CEO Tim Cook stating that Apple has no plans to adopt Rich Communication Services. He also talked about Uber Eats signing a 10-year deal with the autonomous driving startup Nuro and Mercedes-Benz and Rivian partnering up to manufacture electric vans. Finally, he previewed articles from Digital CxO, Security Boulevard and Container Journal, which covered how to get human-centric ethics and AI right, a survey suggesting mixed progress on developing ransomware defense and how Google’s file store enterprise for accessing NFS-backed storage is now accessible by Google Kubernetes Engine.

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