Digital Liberty advocates for a consumer-driven market free from heavy regulation or taxation of the Internet, technology, telecommunications, video games, and media.
A wide range of emerging technologies were discussed, including driverless cars, quantum computing, biotechnology, advanced manufacturing, artificial intelligence, and 5G.
In a House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing, Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney announced that the committee will introduce facial recognition legislation in the “very near future.”
Digital Liberty joined a coalition of 21 groups to submit joint comments on the Commerce Department’s proposed rule, “Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services [ICTS] Chain.”
“Transportation is going to be as instrumental in America’s future as it has been since our nation’s founding. At the DOT, we are preparing for the transportation system of the future.”
Short-term rental platforms have benefited thousands of people’s lives by empowering them to turn their home -- often an individual’s largest expense -- into supplemental income.
Even though diverting 911 fees from public safety networks is illegal, states are still using the money for unrelated and inappropriate purposes.
If cost ends up being the sticking point on enacting rip and replace, Congress would be wise to see Huawei for what it is, a clear and obvious threat to national security.
Several states have passed, or are attempting to pass, their own versions of CCPA, leaving consumers stuck with a messy patchwork of differing regulations.