Tech at Night: Catching up with my trip, before my next trip to #RSG13
Tech at Night: Google accused of violating Net Neutrality. House chooses not to restrict NSA.
Tech at Night: We need E-Rate reform, not a plain expansion. The FTC lets a spammer off easy.
Tech at Night: How not to NSA-proof your email. ECPA reform doesn’t hinder FISA. Ajit Pai on E-Rate Reform.
Tech at Night: The Snowden fallout continues. ECPA probably will pass, but makes no sense to me.
Tech at Night: Catching up after a cold.
Obama Commerce Dept. destroys printers and mice as virus cleaning
Tech at Night: The government’s data collection. Snowden pals around with dictators.
Tech at Night: Ads and privacy. Spying and nations. Bitcoin and crime.
Tech at Night: Google does shameful stuff, but some criticisms are silly. The House must not pass the Senate’s cybersecurity export controls.
Tech at Night: Snowden’s ongoing treason. Another high profile domain loss at WIPO.
Tech at Night: Apple to make it work where Pandora says it’s impossible. Wikileaks has its own leak problem. IRS targets Open Source Software.
Q&A with Rep. Marsha Blackburn on IRFA
Proposition 8 might still be the law under the California Constitution
Tech at Night: Catching up on Snowden and Wikileaks. ITC takes on patent trolls.
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