Kallos And Silicon Harlem Applaud Free Broadband For Students From Charter And Ask For More

Statement from Council Member Ben Kallos:

Technology is going to be a major tool in fighting the spread of novel coronavirus, but only for those who aren’t trapped on the wrong side of the digital divide. Continue Reading →

NYC Launches Two Civic Tech Competitions To Strengthen Tenant Protection Rights And Mental Health Access Uptown

Through the NYCx Co-Labs program, NYCEDC and the Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer will accept proposals for two competitions. Continue Reading →

10 Benefits Of Information Analytics In World’s Education For Students

By Bretton Love

The introduction of analytical data usage in our education sector has transformed it.


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NYC Celebrates Open Data Week 2020, Making Free Public Data Accessible

Today marks the beginning of Open Data Week, a citywide festival celebrating New York City and the public data available on nyc.gov/opendata. Continue Reading →

Apple To Offer On-Site Street Repairs In Selected Areas From Harlem To Hollywood

With consumers having less and less time to take care of interruptions that upset their normal schedules, it looks like Apple is coming to the rescue by offering on-site repair for iPhone owners. Continue Reading →

FBI Warns Consumers About New Levels Of E-skimming From Harlem To Harare

If you’ve had your credit card compromised in the last year or two, you’re not alone. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says millions of consumers have fallen prey to electronic skimming. Continue Reading →

FCC May Shut New York Out Of Broadband Funding Under Proposed Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) may shut New York state out of a planned $20.4 billion broadband-funding program, and the Empire State’s U.S. senators aren’t happy about it. Continue Reading →

Senator Hoylman Announces Bill To Ban Use Of Facial Recognition Technology By Law Enforcement

Today, State Senator Brad Hoylman, chair of the New York Senate Judiciary Committee, will introduce new legislation to prohibit law enforcement from using facial recognition and other biometric surveillance technology, which poses a serious threat to privacy and civil liberties of all New Yorkers.  Continue Reading →


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