Articles from February, 2014

Efforts to support the open Internet

Two weeks ago, I posted an analysis of the D.C. Circuit decision and its impact on net neutrality in the United States. Most of the pressure is on the Federal Communications Commission and Chairman Wheeler, but the rest of the … Read more

Fighting Back Against Surveillance

Expansive surveillance programs damage user trust, stifle innovation, and risk a divided Internet. They affect all Internet users around the world – and yet we still don’t know their full impact, even now. This coming Tuesday, February 11th, will mark … Read more