An internet bill of rights seems necessary now that the internet is inextricably intertwined with everyone's life, but the shepherds of this technology cannot be counted on to adequately self-regulate.
The FCC’s historic overturning of the Obama-era Net Neutrality rules could have profound implications for the Open Internet. While there are potential censorship and service pricing implications of this move, what are the long-term impact on data privacy and cyber security?
As connected devices open new opportunities for imagination, they also open up new opportunities for online criminals. Where are we today? And where are we going? And how are we ever going to secure a billion new devices that will be going online over the next decade?