Will 2023 be the year we make big progress on privacy?
In 1973, the first handheld cell phone call was made on a clunky phone that cost $4,000 at the time. In 1983, Time magazine put a personal
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Punchbowl News Event: Conversation With Rep. Suzan DelBene, Anna Palmer, Jim Kohlenberger, and Edward “Smitty” Smith
Encryption Helps Ukrainians Resist Russia’s Invasion, but a European Plan Threatens the Underlying Trust Any Tech User Needs
Western military assistance to Ukraine has clearly been an essential part of its ability to defend itself against Russian attacks. Another critical factor, highlighted
We Might Need More Cyber Lawyers
Do we really need more lawyers? According to the American Bar Association, there are roughly 1.34 million active lawyers in the United States—
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Punchbowl News Event: Conversation With Rep. Eric Swalwell, Anna Palmer, Maureen Olhausen, and Ken Gude
Can CHIPS+ Cure America’s Economic Cynicism?
In the midst of high concern about the economy and following the failure of the climate and social spending bill that once contained President Biden’s Build
The Unintended Consequences of Antitrust Legislation
While privacy and competition law pursue different goals, they can exist harmoniously under the right regulatory paradigm. Both areas of law,
How to Build an Equitable and Inclusive Future
This op-ed was originally published in Protocol. By Edward “Smitty” Smith When the world came undone in March 2020, technology made the impossible possible,
More Than Ever, Security Matters
Current headlines remind us that security matters, in all of its forms. Top of mind for those of us in the cybersecurity community is