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Repeal of FCC Rules Opens the Door for New Privacy Legislation

On Monday, April 3, 2017, President Donald J. Trump signed into law a repeal of the Federal Communications Commissions' privacy rules. The rules, adopted last...

Digital Gatekeepers and the Free Markets

By: Nicolaine M. Lazarre** If you’re not paying for the product, you ARE the product. I hear that trope in many contexts. In this day and...

Yvette Clarke Taking Important Steps to Protect Cybersecurity, Privacy

Over the past two weeks, Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, the only African American woman to sit on the powerful House Energy & Commerce Committee,...

While Privacy Rights Uncertain, Pai Seeks Unified Approach

Technological convergence and industry consolidation have spurred internet service providers to become leading content companies. The same forces are transforming search engines and social media...

FCC Proposed Privacy Rules More Dangerous Than Meets the Eye

As the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) inches closer to making a decision on its proposed privacy rules for broadband internet access service providers, economists,...

Mixed Reviews for FCC Privacy Proposal As Comment Deadline Approaches

The official comment period for the Federal Communications Commissions' proposed Internet Service Provider privacy rules closes on July 6, 2016, and a variety of...

Summary of President Obama’s NSA Surveillance Reform Address

President Obama's speech left privacy advocates unsatisfied because they feel he did not go far enough to restrain government prying, while the Intelligence Community would have preferred not to see any changes, as they are tasked with protecting our National security.

Verizon and GWU Shed Light on Barriers to Telehealth and mHealth...

At George Washington University (GWU) last Wednesday, a former U.S. Senator, three medical doctors, and a leader of a wireless technology coalition convened at...

‘Prism’ and the Right to Privacy

No American ever wants to feel forced to make a choice between the right to privacy granted by the Fourth Amendment of the U.S....

Cyber Security’s Dangerous Quid Pro Quo

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to consider the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act tomorrow less than two days after an apparent...