We need Congress to build a 21st Century technology policy that sends a clear signal that the Internet must be free and open.
Today’s vehicles have more connectivity than even most personal computers.
If there is an attempt to unleash yet another deal shaped by cronyism, the American people have a right to know.
The whole point of the iTunes Store was to sell iPods.
This week, two thousand members of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), will gather in Washington, D.C. to discuss the most pressing privacy and data security issues of the day. One issue that has started to appear on...
Without a legislative solution, the FCC’s actions will hurt American businesses.
Would our political leaders be capable of putting aside partisan differences and agreeing to a no-brainer that’s good for government and taxpayers?
The TPP can set new standards for IP across the globe.
The administration is shackling the Internet in a regulatory straitjacket.
The time is now to pass strong patent reform legislation.