Technology

Security vs. Privacy: Is there still a conflict?

At a time of the global information security crisis, we often hear that in order to achieve stronger security against emerging threats, including terrorism and cyber attacks, we must accept less privacy. This should apply to our...

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Why a court win for the FCC is a net loss for consumers

The United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit recently ruled in favor of the FCC’s new regulations on the Internet. By approving the agency’s Open Internet Order, or net neutrality regulations, as well as its reclassification of...

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Action needed to advance the next generation 911

Summer is here and the living is easy.  It’s the season for backyard barbeques, outside play, and long, leisurely nights.  It’s also accident season.  That means the number of trips to...

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Why won’t Obama’s FCC leave Us alone?

It has been almost two years since Obama announced his intent to rulemake and regulate the American economy into the ditch with his “pen and phone.”  Of course, conservatives had experienced the administration’s willingness to push the...

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