The Internet is Waiting for Congress to Take Action on Privacy

While the European Union and the state of California have been devising comprehensive privacy protection systems within their regulatory borders, the United States government has chosen not to regulate, or to regulate only a limited number of data controllers. It is time for Congress to create a unified privacy law that applies to all players equally.

Jamal Simmons in The Hill

A sound economy relies on reasonable and restrained regulation that leaves lots of room for innovation, growth and profits. That’s why Congress should stop the ping-pong effect of the Net Neutrality debate as power passes back and forth between political parties.

Throwback Thursday

Originally published by The Hill: Consumer internet privacy: Leaving the back door unlocked By Rick Boucher The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) asymmetric approach to internet privacy is likely