A law written two years after Steve Jobs gave us the first Macintosh computer is governing our digital privacy rights.
The new “chip card” should be recognized for what it is - a giant step forward toward stopping $7 billion of credit card fraud in America.
Regulations can kill an industry.
The pursuit of profit by one industry faction at the expense of another should not be dictating policy.
Everyone that holds or transfers personal information must step up to the plate to better protect consumers.
Congress is exhibiting schizophrenic legislative impulses toward innovation.
Two recent examples exist of major space projects that were announced with great fanfare, but which imploded into ruin.
All of this attention points to growing interest in drones as a tool for business.
Those of us involved in the “Crypto Wars” in the mid-90s are suffering from a bad case of digital deja vu.
I have seen few federal proposals receive so little scrutiny when so much is needed.