Federal regulation is needed since companies often renege on voluntarily accepted agreements, argued Public Knowledge head.
Alan Davidson asserted that marginalized communities are harmed disproportionately by privacy violations.
Consumers must better understand how to weigh risks and protect themselves in the digital world, said Camille Stewart Gloster.
Starks also said federal housing support should be linked to the Affordable Connectivity Program.
Commissioner Simington stated that the commission was in “a little bit of an emergency phase.”
The United States ought to counteract Chinese efforts to dominate international standards-setting bodies for the technology sector, Warner said.
Sen. Lujan once again voiced concern that the FCC’s national broadband map contains major inaccuracies.
Without Section 230, platforms whose actions are legally justified could be subject to ruinous lawsuits.
NIST’s cybersecurity guidelines for IoT prescribe desired outcomes, rather than specific and 'brittle' standards.
The ability to coordinate outside of government control could be a massive boon for oppressed or dissident groups.
Shawn Smith advocated heavily tailored, industry-specific approaches that can address to the unique needs of the rail industry.
The onus of securing devices shouldn’t fall to the consumer, a Homeland Security cyber rep said.
Inflation and 'looming recession' blamed for drop to $485 billion in 2023, down $12 billion from 2022 and $27 billion from 2021.
When the influencer is given freedom to shape the advertisements, her followers will perceive the campaign as authentic.
This year will bring increased “frictionless technology,” which will reduce consumer confusions surrounding new tech, CES heard.
CTA’s Steve Koenig predicted a diverse wave of technological innovation.
Driver-X’s VR gloves simulate the feel of physical matter by applying pressure to the wearer’s hands.
Broadband Breakfast’s coverage of CES will illuminate cutting-edge technologies.