Protego Press Round Up: April 23, 2019

While the political world is enthralled with the release of the Mueller report late last week, several important tech policy items may have been overlooked.  Be it privacy laws, social media’s issues, cyberwar and cyber threats, lots of news this past week, captured in this installment of the Protego Press Roundup. In Case You Missed […]

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Protego Press Round Up: April 16, 2019

Monday, April 15th, marked tax day in the United States.  While citizens were busy completing their filings (and don’t expect it to be any cheaper/easier anytime soon), the tech policy world continues to move forward.  Be it Twitter’s struggle with newsworthy posts that violate its terms of service, FCC’s plans for 5G, hackers manipulating Tesla’s, […]

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Protego Press Round Up: April 9, 2019

As we enter into the second week of April, things continue to warm up, almost as much as the conversations around regulation of tech companies around the world.  Be it UK’s new internet regulations, reversing pot convictions, election interference or white nationalism’s spread on social media, we cover it all in this week’s Protego Press […]

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Protego Press Round Up: April 2, 2019

As we enter into the first week of April, it’s hard to believe that the first quarter of 2019 is already over.  And, with it, we enter another busy week in the world of tech policy. Be it government employees using WhatsApp, Zuckerberg’s plan to regulate the internet, Huawei fighting back,  big tech, white supremacy […]

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Protego Press Round Up: March 26, 2019

Last week we marked the beginning of Spring with the Vernal Equinox, and saw plenty of excitement in the political sphere with the completion of the much awaited Mueller report being delivered to Attorney General Barr.   And, as always, there is plenty of movement in the tech policy world as well, be it fines levied […]

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Facebook’s New Groove: Did Anything Really Change?

Last week, Mark Zuckerberg announced “A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking”.  “I understand that many people don’t think Facebook can or would even want to build this kind of privacy-focused platform,” he writes, “because frankly we don’t currently have a strong reputation for building privacy protective services.”  The reactions to his post were mixed, with some […]

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Protego Weekly Roundup – March 12, 2019

Sunday marked the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, sparking the bi-annual debate around if this change in time is still needed.  The technology policy world is used to constant change, and this past week was no exception. Be it discussions around antitrust impacting technology, privacy laws and taxes, anti-vaccination media and net neutrality, lots of […]

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Protego Weekly Roundup – March 5, 2019

It’s the first week of March, and though the weather may not be showing it, the changing of the seasons is starting to happen.  What is staying consistent is the ongoing march of technology. Be it articles on Protego about Section 230 of the CDA and the impact of the IRA on minority citizens, predicting […]

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Protego Weekly Roundup – February 20, 2019

Welcome back!  Hopefully you return rested and ready after a President’s Day long weekend.  Between the role of AI in human rights violations, a new “Digital Gangster”, copyright laws killing the internet, robocalls and tech disclosure, we’ve got enough to catch you back up to speed in this week’s Protego Press Roundup. In Case You […]

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