In 1986 the Internet was just an experimental form of communication between a handful of academics, and yet more than 30 years later, Americans’ online email privacy laws remain stuck in the pre-internet era. At this moment, law enforcement can...
Summer is almost here, which means sun, fun, and summer vacations. It also means many of us are going to be spending time browsing online reviews to preview the good, the bad, and the ugly on travel locations.
Imagine a world in which a...
The U.S. financial services industry is the middle of a technology revolution, and if you’re like most Americans, you’re adjusting to dipping instead of swiping. It’s the new world of credit cards – magnetic stripes are giving way to chips...
The Internet of Things (IoT) is here and the next generation of wireless networks will be a key enabler for IoT.
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After almost 30 years, ECPA is long overdue for a “systems update.”
Being an inventor means holding tight to one’s curiosity about life.
The Madoff failure was a data failure.
The public discourse around recycled rubber infill has been fraught with misconceptions.
EMV helps when the card is physically present, but not otherwise.