ENTRIES TAGGED "Internet freedom"
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.
Why propose principles for Internet freedom and a "Digital Bill of Rights" when existing ones will do?
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.
The eG8 shows online innovation and freedom of expression still need strong defenders.
While the first eG8 Forum in Paris featured hundreds of business and digital luminaries, some of the policies discussed should be of serious concern to entrepreneurs, activists, media and citizens around the world.
A new wiki sorts out network neutrality's signal and noise.
"Network Neutrality: Distinctions and Controversies" appears to be the first disciplined attempt to distinguish the various definitions of network neutrality and the practices it is supposed to stop.
Perspectives on how the State Department could further Internet freedom.
The methods by which online images, texts and videos — the Samizdat of the 21st century — move beyond the boundaries of repressive governments are at the heart of Internet freedom.
A look at the role and goals of the U.S. Secretary of State's innovation advisor.
Alec J. Ross, the U.S. Secretary of State’s senior advisor for innovation, doesn’t want a tech strategy — he wants policy and change with a tech component. Read more about Ross’ role and his goals in this interview.