Mapping Giants Merge To Create 10mm Accurate Heavyweight

Maps are essential for any strategy. For autonomous cars, maps are the strategy. Away from the headlines, a global war is waged for interpretational jurisdiction in the mapping business:  Those who define the standards will reap the rewards.  At first glance, a relatively unknown Japanese company bought a little-known American outfit today.  Once you look at the bigtime backers of...

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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Unanimously You May Sue Government Agents for Damages When They Violate Your Individual Rights

Arlington, Va.—In a unanimous opinion issued today by the U.S. Supreme Court, and authored by Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, the Court ruled in Tanzin v. Tanvir[1] that individuals may seek damages as a remedy when federal officers violate their rights. The opinion closely tracks an amicus brief submitted by the Institute for Justice. The case involved FBI agents who retaliated...

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