We have all come to expect a certain level of privacy in our personal communications.
The roughly 200 smartphone patent suits filed in recent years are only one-quarter the number filed during the first “Telephone Wars” of Alexander Graham Bell’s time.
Technology gives regular folks the chance to really weigh-in on issues important to them as they’re happening.
Hundreds of millions of American consumers have had their personal data—and their confidence—compromised.
Convenience has masked a marketplace full of scams, rogue vendors, false advertising and consumer abuses.
Today, listening to the music you want to hear is easier than ever.
Recent hacking incidents demonstrate the vulnerabilities associated with trafficking information through the Internet.
If there were a land-speed record for changing one’s mind, Netflix would have just won it.
America’s retailers are working with Obama to lead the shift toward a more secure standard of payment for all Americans.
We need Congress to build a 21st Century technology policy that sends a clear signal that the Internet must be free and open.