Privacy is more important than ever. It’s also a nearly meaningless term for making coherent policy. How we live in our digital fishbowls is remarkably discordant from the posture taken by strict privacy adherents.
Self-driving cars have made it to Virginia.
Autonomous cars are coming. Could hackers infiltrate and potentially take control of a vehicle?
Buyers and sellers rating each other online and sharing information about their experiences could have far-reaching implications for how policymakers intervene in the economy to protect consumers.
City government and local agencies in particular own an immense amount of land and buildings. A surprisingly large amount of that portfolio is unaccounted for or underutilized.
There are signs the FAA has changed its approach to unmanned aerial systems.
Think of it as Google Maps, on steroids.