Internet Privacy Is No Place for Government Regulations

Attempts by the federal government to constrain the collection of data, and the ability to tailor offers based on this data, is a case of the government meddling in areas where it has no place. Interference with the free market serves only to punish those companies that know how to efficiently mine their data and so is the worst form of government interference with the free market.



Majority of Americans Support Internet Kill Switch

Majority of Americans Support Internet Kill Switch

My opinion is that ISPs should be provided with a safe-harbor exception from liability so that they can provide so-called “clean pipes” to Internet peer points. In effect, the ISPs should be able to monitor the traffic on their network for botnets and other hostile activity and disconnect these systems as a matter of daily business activity.