Commerce. "The business of America is business." Innovation online is growing business, and the most important takeaway you could ever get from Tech at Night is that we need to stay out of its way. BfA seems to agree.
And some honest government action on spectrum could be a great start, but we probably won't start down that road until after January 20, 2013 at the earliest.
You want to know why people don't have privacy online, including kids? People don't take precautions or use the tools they already have, which is why all privacy regulation will not only fail, but is wrong. People's actions reveal a preference to sell privacy.
Introducing WCITLeaks, an attempt to bring transparency to internationals that don't respect transparency or rights, and have aims on controlling the Internet.
Is it just me or is Google putting the idea of state-sponsored attacks in Gmail sounding like a subtle form of political messaging, angling at the Cybersecurity debates in DC?
Next time someone tries to tell you Netflix is an innocent little victim in need of Net Neutrality, don't believe them. they're in the business of shipping data, and they don't want to pay for the pipes.