Arkansas – There is a very old saying that still circulates today that states, “If you give an inch, they will take a mile.” It would be wise for Arkansas legislators, voters, and the courts to keep this old saying in mind while considering HB 1236 (ftp://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/Bills/2017R/Public/HB1236.pdf). The bill would essentially make it a crime […]
Bandwidth is a term associated with the amount of data you use. People have had bandwidth to deal with for as long as the Internet has been cellular, cable, and DSL in format and with some companies even by telephone usage, but that was long ago. We have all likely seen the commercials or […]
It now looks as if Facebook’s “Celebrate Pride” tool was a social/psychological experiment with more than 26 million unwitting subjects.
Republican lawmakers are pursuing legislation to reverse the FCC’s February 26 “Net Neutrality” ruling, which at least one lawmaker describes as “illegal.”
Internet censorship in China is a battlefield, and some of China’s troops come from Silicon Valley.
The FCC will regulate the Internet in the same way they already regulate the telephone and cable television industries — and they call that “neutral.”
Thirty-year-old privacy laws leave us much more vulnerable to government snooping than we realize.
Do the US and China have common interests than differences on cyber issues?
Companies such as Intel, Yahoo, Nortel, Cisco Systems, Motorola, and Sun have been working with oppressive governments to control the Internet. Is the US next?
As insane as it may seem, the ruling powers here in the United States are preparing to turn over the Internet — invented and built here — to the United Nations.