FTC forms Tech Task Force, sleep monitoring headed to Apple Watch?
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The FTC has announced the creation of a new technology task force to look into competition in the tech industry, including past and future mergers as well as anti-competitive practises.
The group will consist of 17 FTC lawyers with expertise in a number of relevant topics.
According to Bloomberg Apple's 2020 version of its smart watch may feature the often requested sleep monitoring features its customers have been asking for.
The biggest challenge for the company has been its battery life, which is a major component, being able to offer sleep data.
Finally, a Washington Post report says the US took Russian trolls offline on election day In 2018 to stop misinformation from spreading just as voters were headed to the polls.
According to an unnamed source from the The Post Report, the US Cyber Command basically took the IRA offline.
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