Congress was doubtful and concerned therefore a bipartisan privacy committee sent Google a letter regarding the usage of its new project, Google glass. As the features and loopholes of the product begin to show, major concerns regarding its use and breach of privacy are coming into consideration.
The Congress of the United States in its letter to Mr. Larry Page, the Chief Executive Officer of Google, wrote a list of almost eight questions addressing the much-debated privacy concerns of Glass.
The eight questions Congress asked Google:
Obama expressed his happiness to be away from Capitol Hill for a little while. He said to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as they posed for pictures on the airport tarmac, “It’s good to get away from Congress.”
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Stephen Colbert highlighted his sister, Democratic House candidate Elizabeth Colbert Busch, on his show. Though he did it in his usual funny way on the pretext of threatening to reveal secrets from her middle-school diary and letting the world know her girlhood nickname was ‘Lulu,’ the intent of promotion was pretty clear.
According to an anti-piracy service ScanEye report shared by US News and World Reports, Employees of the US Congress were found to be downloading a host of television shows and movies illegally. They tracked seven culprits but there’s a greater possibility of there being more.
President Barack Obama presented his plan to get the economy working again by helping Americans who are unemployed and giving businesses incentives to hire again. The American Jobs Act, which comes with a $447 billion price tag, involves a fresh look at the tax code, reforming Medicare and reviewing all regulations.
As expected President Obama’s jobs speech was short and to the point – Americans need help finding work and Congress has to give it to them. In approximately 45 minutes, President Obama encouraged Americans to use their voice and tell the government that they want results, as he outlined how spending $447 billion would help give the economy in America a “jolt.” MORE
Scheduling things can be hard. Just ask President Obama and the Republican leaders trying to determine when is a good time to talk about the 9.1 percent unemployment rate that’s crippling American families. MORE
The embattled congressman who was caught in a series of lies regarding lewd photos he sent to numerous women over the internet, officially announced his resignation from Congress Thursday, much to the delight of Democrats who feared he had become a political liability in their hopes of winning back the House from Republicans in next year’s elections. MORE