If government data is not being scanned for advertising purposes, then why would there be a need to turn such services off or stop the practice altogether?
Some privacy advocates want to sideline consumers’ use of facial recognition technology.
If local TV broadcasters have to board up their windows on Main Street America, who would remain to deliver these valuable services?
The special interests that are getting rich from this legalized extortion prevailed in shelving much-needed reforms in the Senate.
Industries are already lining up to use the technology, and the FAA needs to work fast to catch up.
Most NPEs exercise ethical business practices when it comes to asserting their patent rights.
NAB has faithfully lived up to our public statements that we will do what we can to give the voluntary incentive auction the best chance for success.
That combination, research that enables economic growth, is a powerful engine.
The broadcasting industry as a whole is too dependent on government favors for growth and innovation.
Our country’s infrastructure grades have been near failing since 1998, averaging only Ds according to The American Society of Civil Engineers.