The White House Considers Artificial Intelligence an Important Policy Issue
The Obama administration will spend the summer researching the “benefits and risks” of artificial intelligence.
Federal Communications Commission
Did You Think the Battle Over Net Neutrality Was Over? Think Again
A landmark court ruling from the DC Court of Appeals is expected as soon as this week.
The FBI's Encryption ‘Debate’ Is Going Nowhere
After more than a year of hand-wringing, crypto arguments on the Hill are going nowhere.
FBI Chief Asks Tech Companies to Stop Offering End-to-End Encryption
Today, FBI Director James Comey thinks tech companies that offer encryption should “change their business model.”
Head of Homeland Security Committee Is Creating a Crypto Taskforce
A special comission would bring together law enforcement, tech firms and privacy advocates
The Law in GIFs: An Extremely Rude Appeal
This week's important legal news.
Louisiana Is Getting Sued for Forcing Online Bookstores to Verify Readers' Ages
Naturally, the law could affect the entire internet.
A Landmark, 10-Year-Old Google Books Copyright Case Has Finally Been Decided
The case represents a leap forward, a rolling back of some of the bizarre and downright technophobic attitudes of the early 2000s.
Net Neutrality Activists Believe the 'Internet Voter' Is a New Political Force
Translating populist energy into political clout.
The GOP Is Trying to Nuke Net Neutrality With a Budget Bill Sneak Attack
Buried on page 109 of $20 billion appropriations bill.
'Aaron's Law' Is Back to Try to Reform Overbroad US Hacking Laws
Lawmakers are trying once again to reform the controversial Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.