online privacy


Staying Safe Online

If a hacker extracts your username and password from, say, Hotmail, Yahoo mail or any of the other hundreds of businesses that get hacked every day, how lucky would he be when he visits a banking site, or mortgage company, or healthcare company where you’ve used that same username and password?


Not Ready for Online Voting

Using the Internet for online voting seems like a perfect way to increase participation in the democratic process. It is much easier for computer savvy societies to vote online rather than face the crowds and long lines at physical polling places.



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.