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Networks & Systems

Using ChatGPT to Practice Law? Use Common Sense Instead

June 26, 2023

Via: No Jitter

Let’s start with this basic premise as our foundation: AI has no common sense. Period. Sadly, however, sometimes those who over-rely on AI for important decisions don’t either. Keep reading. In late May, Thomson Reuters, which bills itself as a […]


News

Zoom, RingCentral at Loggerheads Over Video Agreement

March 18, 2021

Via: No Jitter

In the latest in an unfolding legal fight that surfaced last week, RingCentral has received a temporary restraining order against Zoom from the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, with which Zoom had filed a pleading that […]


Regulations

Purchasing Telecom Services? Protect Yourself

March 17, 2021

Via: No Jitter

Negotiating contracts isn’t my idea of fun, but it’s necessary for clarity, peace of mind, and legal protection for both parties. That’s because contract proposals from vendors are always written by the vendor’s legal department and designed to include legal […]


Regulations

CCPA will Impact your Contact Center

August 3, 2020

Via: Telecom Reseller

Starting in May 2018, companies that stored, processed, distributed, or sold European Union (EU) citizen data were covered by the General Data Protection regulations (GDPR). Those businesses that did not interact with EU citizens were exempt. If you do business domestically, […]


News, Regulations

Top telecom regulator faces internal probe: lawmaker

February 22, 2018

Via: Phys.org

The top US telecom regulator is the object of an internal watchdog probe into the handling of rule changes that benefitted a politically sensitive merger of two major broadcast operators, a lawmaker said Thursday. A spokesman for Representative Frank Pallone, […]


Regulations

US lawmaker proposes ban on Huawei and ZTE

January 16, 2018

Via: Telecom Ramblings

A US congressman has introduced a new bill that would ban US government agencies from purchasing telecoms equipment, devices and services from Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE. Texas representative Mike Conaway has introduced the “Defending US Government Communications Act” into […]