Today’s consumers expect their Internet connections to be seamless, regardless of where they are.
Not a single major data breach over the last few years could have been prevented with a PIN.
It is undeniable that ECPA no longer reflects users’ reasonable expectations of privacy.
American voters are directly affected and must tell their elected representatives to keep the Internet free from taxes of any kind.
We must not erode the incentive to develop novel ideas or restrict the opportunity for inventors to license their know-how.
The software industry is working to undermine any bill that would restrict their ability to market their products to our children.
Credit cards around the rest of the world use both a chip and a PIN.
Smart label QR codes are not restricted by size or space unlike on-package labeling.
The status quo, in which U.S. companies have the deck stacked against them, is simply not acceptable.
Orwell’s “Big Brother is Watching” was not about fear of new technology, but a cautionary tale about government.