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Amazon can be held liable for defective third-party seller products
A federal appeals court ruled against Amazon in a case that could expose the online retailer to lawsuits from customers who buy defective products from third-party vendors through its website. Numerous other courts, including two federal appeals courts, have held that Amazon cannot be held liable as a seller of products from third-party vendors. Reuters investigates the issue in the article “Amazon can be held liable for defective third-party seller products”.
5 Easy Steps to Understanding JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
The author Mikey Stecky-Efantis in the article “5 Easy Steps to Understanding JSON Web Tokens (JWT)” discussed the fundamentals of what JSON Web Tokens (JWT) are, and why they are used. Take a look to find out more.
How the Legal System Interacts with Big Tech and Data Breach
This week we want you to listen to the interview with Vinoo Varghese, a criminal defense attorney at Varghese & Associates, P.C. and a former prosecutor. Take a look at “How the Legal System Interacts with Big Tech and Data Breach” to find out more about the war on drugs, big tech data and what exactly happened with WikiLeaks.
A Microsoft engineer says that the use of Linux has overtaken Windows on its own Microsoft Azure cloud
Linux is an open source operating system that is popular with developers. Microsoft spent a long time considering Linux a massive threat to the company, but under Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, the company has come to embrace it. In recent years, Microsoft has warmed up by hiring Linux developers, joining the Linux foundation and incorporating Linux into its projects. Take a look at “A Microsoft engineer says that the use of Linux has overtaken Windows on its own Microsoft Azure cloud” to get more information.
Need for speed: is the 'Netflix effect' to blame for the NBN's failures?
Did you hear the latest news about the “Netflix effect”? NBN says Netflix has put pressure on its fixed wireless services, but the growth in streaming has been anticipated for years. Josh Taylor in the article “Need for speed: is the 'Netflix effect' to blame for the NBN's failures?” discusses this issue.
We hope that the articles we mentioned were useful and will have a beneficial influence to the development of your business. Stay tuned and see you next week!