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#197: Technologiepolitik

September 22, 2017

Germans head to the polls on Sunday for a national election. And while many political headlines are bemoaning what could be a “boring” victory for...


CA Broadband Privacy Bill Would Needlessly Fracture Consumer Protection

September 15, 2017

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, the California legislature is expected to vote on a bill that would enact the same privacy regulations on Internet service providers...


Judge Orders Dreamhost to Turn Over Entire Domain of Anti-Trump Website

September 15, 2017

Despite “Efforts” to Minimize Chilling Effect, DoJ’s Warrant Remains Hugely Problematic by Graham Owens If you’ve spoken out against Trump — or if you spoke...


#195: Textalyzer

September 13, 2017

When it comes to tech policy, New York seems to lead the way in… interesting ideas. The government has an important role in making sure...


DOJ’s Dreamhost Warrant Violates Fourth Amendment

August 17, 2017

WASHINGTON D.C. — Web hosting provider Dreamhost is challenging a search warrant obtained by the Department of Justice compelling the disclosure of all “information associated...


#190: Thinking Outside the (X)Box

August 16, 2017

What does government have to do with video games? Censorship and the First Amendment may come to mind, but that’s only a small piece of...