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Cryptocurrency exchanges are currently regulated as money-transmission services.
DHS won’t provide information about a government ban on the Russian antivirus until litigation with the company is complete.
Democrats on House commerce panel want Justice Department involvement too.
Pai even blew up an intergovernmental advisory committee after members asked to talk to him about its future.
NASCIO’s advocacy priorities cite duplicative and conflicting security regulations and audits as a waste of time and money.
New tech is making it easier for telemarketers to make calls and hide from law enforcement.
The internet is as much the enemy as it is the hero of contemporary life.
, The Atlantic
Thieves and sanctioned countries are targeting the digital currency’s exchanges, setting up a fight between governments and cryptocurrency powerhouses.
, Defense One
It’s a regulatory challenge to ensure that artificially intelligent systems aren’t making decisions based on biased information.
After the vote, the power to police internet service providers shifts back the Federal Trade Commission.
Lawmakers get rebuffed trying to delay the coming net neutrality vote and start asking questions about kids using Facebook’s messaging app.
The visual line-of-sight rule is perhaps the most important limitation to widespread commercial use of drones.
Despite increasing concerns over the integrity of the public comment process, the agency will vote as scheduled.
The Federal Trade Commission has a long-established role in preserving online competition, Acting Chairwoman Maureen Ohlhausen said.
Agencies have all scanned their systems for the Russian anti-virus and drafted plans to replace it.
The FCC is poised to dismantle common carriage for broadband and wireless providers. That’s bad, but the internet itself is worse.
, The Atlantic
Chairman Ajit Pai unveiled the commission’s plan to roll back net neutrality regulations put in place during the Obama administration.
It would be highly illogical to allow our enthusiasm for innovation to run amok without safeguards.
Nationwide high-speed internet promises many benefits but still relies on private companies to foot the infrastructure bill.
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