Marketplace Fairness Act Debate pairing Rebecca Madigan of the Performance Marketing Association and Steve DelBianco from Internet advocacy organization NetChoice, plus Ken White aka Popehat (criminal defense lawyer with Brown, White and Newhouse) returns to discuss sanctions on copyright troll.
Need to Suspend ISPs That Use Data Caps as non-profit Washington, D.C.-based public interest group Public Knowledge is calling on all ISPs who use data caps to suspend them until an outside auditor can certify that their data usage meters are accurate. ISPs have no business imposing data caps on consumers without the ability to accurately determine how much data consumers are actually using. We get an explanation with Michael Weinberg, Vice President at Public Knowledge.
Talking Tax Loopholes and Shelters with Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist David Cay Johnston, author of Author of Perfectly Legal: The Covert Campaign to Rig Our Tax System to Benefit the Super-Rich and Cheat Everyone Else, Free Lunch: How the Wealthiest Americans Enrich Themselves at Government Expense and Stick You With the Bill and The Fine Print: How Big Companies Use Plain English to Rob You Blind.
Amazon New York Tax Law Decision has been made as New York will continue to collect sales tax from out-of-state retailers that have affiliates operating within state boundaries. We learn about the details as Bennet speaks with Matt Schaefer, a partner with the law firm of Brann and Isaacson.
Talking StartUp Day on Capitol Hill, aimed at showing lawmakers that startups are creating jobs all across the country and spurring economic growth across many sectors of the economy. Michael McGeary, the co-founder and Chief Political Strategist of Engine Advocacy, fills us in.
Mobile App Privacy and Protection when its comes to protecting consumers and kids as Bennet speaks with Robert Ellis Smith, noted privacy expert and publisher of the Privacy Journal.
One of those issues involved the state of California suing Delta Airlines Inc.for allegedly breaking state law by not warning users that the airline is collecting sensitive information each time customers contact the company on its Fly Delta mobile application, plus, FCC and their involvement in the Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act.
Talking Online Gambling Resurgence in America with American Gaming Association President and CEO Frank Fahrenkopf, plus Enemies of the Internet with Reporters Without Borders Washington DC Director Delphine Halgand.
Facebook Data Is Greater Than The Sum Of Your Likes , Broken Internet, Banana Endorsements, Dan Aykroyd and the Big East with journalist, television and radio commentator Dan Tynan. Plus, FTC Updates Dot Com Disclosure Guidelines, FTC Launches Crackdown on Bogus Text Message Prize Offers and Googles Latest Privacy Settlement; EU Rejects Ban on all Porn.
Daniel Nazer, Staff Attorney on the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s intellectual property team, discusses the EFFs fight for legislation to counter patent trolls. Plus, Startup expert Tom Nora gives us his impressions on what is hot at SXSW Interactive.
Veteran CLBR guest Stan Stahl returns to explain what is going on and what is or should be done about it. They discuss the major Cyber Attacks against the U.S. and U.S. businesses from Iran and China and of an emerging marketplace for Cyber Crime in Russia. Also, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes-Norton (D-Dc) reflects On The 212th Anniversary Of The Disenfranchisement Of Washington Residents.