The European Union is poised to vote on a set of data protection rules that would be bad news for free enterprise, competition, and innovation
If you’ve ever travelled to the Big Apple, you know that going into the New York City subway system is, in those iconic words of Forest Gump, “like a box of chocolates.” You might have a quick, eventless trip across town.
Some of the world’s smartest people are saying we should be concerned about the future of artificial intelligence (AI). Nothing less than the future of humanity is at stake.
Over the past several years, the U.S. private sector has endured a regulatory frenzy with new rules popping up that more often than not seem to throw the baby out with the bath water.
The Internet is perhaps the greatest modern ally of everyday people. Shoppers in particular have more options available to them than ever before. Yet are shoppers’ data being used against them when they’re not looking?