Archive for the Privacy Category

An interesting perspective on ethics.

Last week I attended a conference on Data Privacy and Security. These are white hot topics, and the conference was filled with attorneys, technologists, vendors and speakers who offer a lot of how-to advice, products and services for dealing with these formidable challenges. This is great, because

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One Congresswoman’s Perspective on Why We Don’t Have National Cybersecurity or Privacy Policies

One Congresswoman’s Perspective on Why We Don’t Have National Cybersecurity or Privacy Policies

One Congresswoman’s Perspective on Why We Don’t Have National Cybersecurity or Privacy Policies I was able to attend an interesting discussion yesterday hosting Congresswoman Betty McCollum, a Democrat from Michigan who  journeyed all the way to Santa Clara, CA in the interest of furtherig dialog and understanding

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Net Neutrality Comment Period Winding Down

Net Neutrality Comment Period Winding Down July 15 is the deadline for public comment on the FCC’s proposed changes to net neutrality regulations. In this 60 day period, the FCC is reporting they have received close to 675,000 comments so far – that’s a BIG number. Perhaps one

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