Archive: Jonathon Hauenschild

Jonathon Hauenschild Jonathon Hauenschild is a Catalyst Policy Fellow and a nerd's nerd. He is currently a technology policy analyst for an Arlington, Virginia-based think tank, where he spends his days thinking about what innovations are next, how "privacy" impacts our daily lives, and about how Star Wars > Star Trek. When he is not writing about technology policy, you can probably find Jonathon on his porch smoking a fine cigar or pipe wishing he was in the mountains skiing.
Why Calls to Break Up Tech Companies Attack American Ideals
Breaking up big companies, regardless of actual monopoly status or evidence of harm to consumers, punishes success and the pursuit of the American ideal.
Jonathon Hauenschild | June 5, 2019
What’s Really Behind the Efforts to Enact So-Called “Comprehensive Privacy” Laws?
Rather than protecting consumers, these data governance laws place significant barriers for entrepreneurs looking to launch new services and products.
Jonathon Hauenschild | April 11, 2019
Straight Talk on Privacy and Legal Harm
Individuals may not like that platforms have figured out how to monetize data, but that lack of “liking” is far from a legal injury.
Jonathon Hauenschild | January 24, 2019
The Many Facets of Privacy
How to Think About Privacy in Today’s Data-Driven World
It is not evil for a technology company to use the information you voluntarily share with them.
Jonathon Hauenschild | December 5, 2018