Tech at Night: The pre-inauguration slump. The anti-SOPA coalition is feared.
Slow month so far. Last Tech at Night was quick, and so will this one be a short trip through my browser windows.
The anti-SOPA coalition could return, because it’s the one weird time that the left wing also seems to have an anti-regulatory element to it. Legislators are right to fear it.
I like this: Darrell Issa investigating FTC and how its Google investigation leaked just so much to the public. Whose agenda was served there?
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Tech at Night: Internet Sales Taxes are coming, Stuxnet justifies government action?, Spectrum crunch [HTML Fixed]
Why the Marketplace Fairness Act is looking inevitable: We’re up to about a third of all GOP governors backing it, and there’s a reasonable probability of a former GOP governor becoming President with an all Republican Congress. Broadening the tax base without actually raising taxes. It’s the Holy Grail for a conservative governor. I expect it’ll get done in 2013. Riddle me this: If the | Read More »
, Internet Bill of Rights
, Internet Sales Tax
, Marketplace Fairness Act
, National Sales Tax
, Sales tax