Attempts by governmental bodies to improve or impede communications with or between the citizenry.
Government & Communications
Chairman Ajit Pai and the rest of the Federal Communications Commission took hits from both sides of the aisle in a House Communications Subcommittee oversight hearing Dec 5.
Free-speech advocates are challenging the Trump Administration’s policy of requiring foreigners to list their social media accounts as part of their visa applications, alleging in a lawsuit filed Dec 5 that the policy violates federal law and runs
In 2016, the US Census Bureau faced a pivotal choice in its plan to digitize the nation’s once-a-decade population count: build a system for collecting and processing data in-house, or buy one from an outside contractor. The bureau chose Pegasyste
A Q&A with New York Times tech policy reporter David McCabe.
The weaponization of nonprofit advocacy and service organizations has been ongoing in Sacramento (CA) (and Washington) for years, although it seems to have risen recently to new levels of duplicity and complexity.
The DOTGOV Online Trust in Government Act (S 2749) would codify the process through which federal and nonfederal entities request internet domain names specifically for governmental users (i.e. domain names ending in .gov).
The Federal Communications Commission began a rulemaking which would adopt new procedures to protect federal funds from misuse.
With the next census, for the first time ever, respondents will be able to fill out their questionnaires online.
Knight Foundation Invests $3.5 Million in Research to Inform the National Debate on Internet Governance and Policy
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has announced more than $3.5 million in funding to support new, independent research into issues at the forefront of national tech policy debates.