Broadway Composer Harold Arlen’s Estate Files Lawsuit Against Apple, Amazon, Google, and More For Selling Unauthorized Copies of His Music

According to Forbes, the son and estate of Broadway composer Harold Arlen has filed a lawsuit against Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Pandora, for selling over 6,000 unauthorized recordings of his music. BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content BEST DEAL UPDATE:

4.18.19 Google AI helping law enforcement solve crimes; Rock n Play recall; CVS catering healthcare towards wellness

Google has artificial intelligence that is helping law enforcement officials solve crimes based on location and phone activity; Fisher-Price is recalling Rock n Play sleepers; CVS is making huge investments towards lowering healthcare costs by incentivizing wellness. Learn more about…

Coalition Pressures Amazon, Microsoft, and Google to Keep Facial Recognition Surveillance Away From Government

A coalition of more than 85 activist groups sent letters to Microsoft, Amazon, and Google pressuring them not to sell their facial surveillance technology to the government. In its letters sent Jan. 15, the coalition–which comprises groups including the American…

Marijuana and CBD companies can’t advertise on Facebook and Google, so they’re getting creative

CBD and marijuana companies can't buy ads from Facebook and Google, but that doesn't mean they can't run effective marketing campaigns. They're turning to storytelling, event sponsorships and connecting with relevant content. Tech BEST DEAL UPDATE: Shop the latest electronics…