Does it make any sense to presume the materiality of statements in a document that nobody reads or understands?
We urge the House to hear the pleas of U.S. innovators and patent owners to craft a more balanced bill.
To sufficiently protect sensitive information, agencies must understand and monitor who has access to the data; where they can access it and for how long they can access it.
Understanding both sides of this debate will be instructive to members when the controversy over rate setting for Internet music streaming is left to Congress to solve.
Not only can women look out for their own safety using technology, but for the safety of their family, bank account, and home.
The “customer stay” language in the pending legislation could ravage intellectual property rights.
The family unit is the bedrock of our society and economic instability is devastating to it.
We are on the verge of a technological breakthrough that could change the future of mankind.
The United States simply doesn’t have enough high-skilled workers with the technical expertise necessary to fill all of the high-tech jobs our sector is now creating.
The FBI has embarked on an aggressive campaign to convince the public that encryption built into our digital tools should be weakened in the name of countering terrorism.