Obama Administration Moves to Expand Access to Government Data

Executive order makes open and accessible data a default government policy.

“Divide and Differ:” Avoiding Catastrophe in the Digital Age

Scholar suggests new strategy for improving cybersecurity.

Regulating the Virtual World: A Losing Battle?

New developments in cyberspace may be challenging the state’s regulatory capabilities.

A Flexible Approach to Cybersecurity Regulation

Management-based regulatory delegation may create a more effective framework.

The Tennis Channel v. Comcast: Game Over?

New opinion highlights debate over the role of antitrust law in FCC disputes.

Collaboration is the Key to Making the Law Free

Incorporation by reference should be structured to ensure both access and efficiency.

We the People of the Internet

White House website collects and responds to public petitions.

New York City Unleashes a Flood of Open Data

Law promises to promote transparency and encourage technological innovation.

Patent Trolls: No Fairytale Ending in Sight?

Debate rages on as Congress considers legislation to solve this problem.

FTC Staff Report Outlines Best Practices for Mobile App Industry

Agency provides disclosure guidelines to protect consumer privacy.

FCC Considers Regulating Interstate Inmate Calling Service

FCC seeks public comment as it considers new regulations.

Court Approves Google’s Privacy Settlement

Federal judge approves FTC’s action over Google’s Safari practices.