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Technation | April 11, 2022
Technation, Canada’s leading technology association, is pleased to see increased investments in cyber and digital government in 2022 Federal Budget. The Association has long advocated for government to significantly enhance federal investments in cyber security as Canada’s current level of investment is not sufficient to secure our economy, critical infrastructure, or government enterprises.
Technation is pleased to see the commitment of $875.2 million over 5 years to ...
Qualcomm | November 17, 2020
The U.S. government has at long last backed off on Chinese cell phone producer, Huawei. The nation has permitted American chipset producer Qualcomm to sell 4G cell phone chips to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd. This is the primary exclusion made by the US government since the expanding pressures between the two nations. The American government had trained all chipset makers to quit sourcing items to the Chinese organization since Septemeber.
The spokes person from Qualcomm did not spe...
Oracle | February 19, 2020
The Trump administration is siding with software company Oracle over Google in the pivotal Supreme Court battle that has pitted the U.S. government against some of the top titans of the tech industry. The Department of Justice (DOJ) in a filing on Wednesday urged the high court to rule in favor of Oracle in the case that Google once referred to as the "copyright case of the decade." The DOJ is arguing that Google flouted copyright law when the tech giant copied 11,500 lines of Oracle...
Google | May 23, 2020
A range of business groups have made an 11th-hour appeal to U.S. President Donald Trump as he weighs whether to restrict temporary work visas, warning of negative economic consequences if he blocks the flow of skilled foreign workers into the United States. More than 300 U.S. companies, business associations and higher education groups that employ skilled workers sent a letter to Trump on Thursday that said reducing access to those workers - even for a short period - would result in “unint...
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