By John Kincaide, Privacy and Security Policy Attorney at Intel The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is a US agency whose strategic goals include protecting consumers from fraud, deception and unfair business practices, and maintaining competition by focusing on anticompetitive mergers … Read more >
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Intel statement on the introduction of the “Venue Equity and Non-Uniformity Elimination Act of 2016” Senators Flake, Gardner and Lee have introduced a bill designed to improve the efficiency of the U.S. patent system by ensuring that patent cases are brought … Read more >
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Freelance What? “The idea behind Freelance Nation had been bubbling up in the Talent Organization for a while,” says Kalani Ching, who helped launch the program in 2014. The innovative staffing solution was Intel’s response to the growing desire—from both … Read more >
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Here’s an amazing statistic: Earth’s population has reached nearly 7.5 billion people—and 1.3 billion of them are PC gamers!1 The Intel Extreme Masters eSports tournament alone attracts 100,000 live spectators to an arena, with over a million additional online viewers/participants. … Read more >
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Fitness wearable devices can capture every heartbeat and step we take, leading to a proliferation of human performance data, but there is a great disconnect between deciphering what it all means and how to effectively act upon it. For wearables … Read more >
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Last year, I had a musical experience of a lifetime. I was sitting in the the famed Red Bull studios in Santa Monica, talking with members of Grammy-award winning band Linkin Park. Star-struck, yes. But my focus wasn’t on their … Read more >
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Yesterday, the Board of Directors the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), approved the multistakeholder community’s proposal for transitioning oversight of the Internet’s addressing system from the US government to the global multistakeholder community. The Board approval followed … Read more >
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By Kent Landfield, Director of Standards and Technology Policy, Intel In an effort to accelerate cyber information sharing, and in response to an Executive Order, DHS recently announced the formation of the Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) Standards Organization. … Read more >
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This week I was honored to participate as a speaker at UNESCO’s 2016 Mobile Learning Week in Paris. The theme for this year’s event is “innovating for quality,” reflecting the need for students around the world to develop the skills … Read more >
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We’re thrilled to celebrate this Equal Pay Day, April 12, 2016, by noting that Intel has achieved 100% gender pay parity in our US workforce. “This is a great milestone in our ongoing drive to become a fully equitable and … Read more >
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