Will the New Impaired Driver Monitoring Requirement Jeopardize Privacy?
Examining the Advanced Technology Mandate in the Infrastructure Act
Jonathan Hofer | December 20, 2022
14 Signs You Live Under a Totalitarian Government
Some of these techniques are playing out before our eyes
Jon Miltimore | December 13, 2022
Iowa, Oregon Diverge On Gun Policy
In today's political landscape, this should surprise no one.
Brady Leonard | December 6, 2022
Why FTC’s Data Privacy Rulemaking Is Probably Unconstitutional
The recent regulatory agenda as articulated by the FTC is likely beyond the scope of its congressional mandate
Leslie Corbly | November 15, 2022
Who Authorized the DHS to Police Online Speech?
Newly published documents obtained by the Intercept show the US government is actively shaping online discourse and policing speech. This invites a question: when did congress authorize that??
Jon Miltimore | November 15, 2022
Privacy in Social Media: The Paradox Doesn’t Exist
True privacy is hard to come by today
April Liu | November 7, 2022
DOJ’s New CFAA Policy is a Good Start
The DOJ announced a new policy under which it will not bring CFAA prosecutions against “good faith” security researchers
Andrew Crocker | June 2, 2022
In Battle Against Government Censorship, Don’t Forget Facebook
Facebook should be regarded as an enabler of government censorship
K. Lloyd Billingsley | May 18, 2022
Joe Biden’s New ATF Nominee Is An Anti-gun Extremist
Steve Dettelbach Supports Gun Bans And Demomizes Gun Owners
Kevin Boyd | April 27, 2022