ENTRIES TAGGED "Congress"
Open government coders collaborate to liberate legislative data from Congress.
The Library of Congress launched a new website for a more mobile public to access legislative information
The tech entrepreneur turned legislator on open government, data, regulatory reform and his new foundation.
An interview with Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) on open government, personal data ownership, a digital Bill of Rights, Internet freedom, regulation, and more.
If legislative efforts to standardize federal government spending data founder in the U.S. Senate, it's a missed opportunity.
Why propose principles for Internet freedom and a "Digital Bill of Rights" when existing ones will do?
Cybersecurity bills must balance protection with online privacy and civil liberties.
The passage of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) in the U.S. House of Representatives has raised grave concerns about is potential effect on digital privacy and civil liberties.
Collective action halted SOPA and PIPA. Now we're in unexplored territory.
Collective action channeled through the Internet halted the progress of SOPA and PIPA this week. The promise of these communication tools has come of age, and they'll be sorely needed to face the challenges of the 21st century.
SOPA and PROTECT IP would harm innovation.
In a time when the American economy needs to catalyze innovation to compete in a global marketplace, members of the United States Congress have advanced legislation that could cripple the Internet industry, damage cybersecurity and harm freedom of expression online.