What’s the Big Deal About Internet Privacy (Part 3)

This is the third installment of a four part series on the recent repeal of the 2015 FCC privacy rule. Here are links to Part 1 and Part 2.Part 3: Stakeholder concerns – who are the winners and losers? The Winners – ISPs and RetailersISPs are the only real winners of the FCC rule roll-back, and honestly, they … Continue reading What’s the Big Deal About Internet Privacy (Part 3)

What’s the Big Deal About Internet Privacy (Part 2)

This is part 2 of a series. Here's the link to part 1, in case you missed it.Part 2: The FCC rule and current policy – what’s the argument, and why does it matter?The argument in favor of the FCC ruling:Supporters of the FCC’s Broadband privacy rules (including 3/5 FCC Commissioners, 2/3 appellate judges, and a … Continue reading What’s the Big Deal About Internet Privacy (Part 2)

What’s the Big Deal About Internet Privacy? (Part 1)

If you follow the news, you might be aware that the 115th Congress just changed some rules around internet privacy.  If you’re aware of the potential implications for consumers you’re probably in the minority.  If you’re able to explain what exactly happened and what it means for the stakeholders involved, you’re in a small group … Continue reading What’s the Big Deal About Internet Privacy? (Part 1)

Intel’s Good Bet on Automotive

I’ve read a variety of opinions about the viability of Intel’s Mobileye acquisition, both positive and negative.  I found the framework Peter Cohen used in this recent Forbes opinion piece to be particularly interesting, as I think he’s focused on the right four questions.  However, after considering those same questions I formed a more optimistic … Continue reading Intel’s Good Bet on Automotive