FCC Fails to Suspend the Laws of Economics
The early data is in: The FCC's onerous new regulation has resulted in a precipitous drop in broadband investment.
The Clouded Judgment of Tax Authorities
Revenue agencies will often seek to extend taxes well beyond what was contemplated when legislation was enacted, in the name of securing ever more money for government, even to the detriment of innovation.
U.S. IT Competitiveness Prediction: Cloud-y With Government Interference
Congressional inaction, municipal tax action, and administration bad action make progress difficult for the U.S. cloud computing industry.
Congress Must Update ECPA to Protect Fundamental Rights
James Madison, and George Mason before him, were clear in the language in the Fourth Amendment, that the people and anything they own must be protected from unreasonable and warrantless government searches and seizures. So why aren't we?
The Tangled Web Woven
The new normal for the technology industry interacting with Washington, DC seems to be to argue for niche pieces of the broad ecosystem which has left the industry open to being easily attacked, even by wholly false stories, by those who oppose a free market.
More Spectrum Needed to Avoid Wireless Traffic Jams
If the FCC would reallocate more of its time and resources to releasing spectrum and less of it to micromanaging the broadband industry, that would be a win-win for the U.S. economy.
In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Thanks to the inaction of Congress, taxes are multiple, discriminatory, and certain in the digital world.
Decrypting Government's Plan to Further Erode Our Privacy and Security
We should not be forced to keep our doors unlocked and leave our data and families with no protection, so that government may stroll in at will, yet that is what the government wants.
A Down-Payment On Americans' Electronic Privacy
Updating ECPA for the Internet Age would allow Congress to show that it is sensitive to Americans’ privacy concerns and to reaffirm our Fourth Amendment protections.
Let Us Talk of Many (Internet of) Things
Regulating before we even understand if regulations are needed, what ends regulations might serve, what the challenges might be, or even a useful definition of what would be regulated would be foolish at best, and likely to impede innovation.
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