The Alliance attended the 2019 International Association of Privacy Professionals Summit in DC. The verdict? Privacy is now part of the business mainstream and change is coming to your business.Read More
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Bruce is the President and CEO of the Developers Alliance, the leading advocate for the global developer workforce and the companies that depend on them. Bruce is also the founder of the Loquitur Group, a DC consulting firm, and the former VP and head of the DC Policy office of Ericsson, a global information and communications technology company, focusing on IPR, privacy, IoT, spectrum, cybersecurity and the impact of technology and the digital economy. He has previously held senior leadership positions in marketing and communications at both Ericsson and Nortel, as well as senior roles in strategy and product management across wireless, optical and enterprise communication product portfolios.
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Two choices: add (and honor) this link on every page and every screen of every app and service, or find a new business model ASAFP!Read More
Europe’s greatest AI potential isn’t in ethics regulation. Europe should become the world’s pre-eminent training ground for the machines China and the US are racing to build.Read More
The EU is racing ahead on privacy, AI, and competition rules for digital players. Developers in the EU and US will be the first to fall if the two sides go it alone.Read More
I’ve written before about policy makers and their growing obsession with reigning in the big tech companies. I understand where this impulse comes from. The tech sector is too important to ignore, but it is also too valuable to break.Read More
The Digital Economy creates jobs, wealth, and drives innovation. Powerful, well-intentioned outsiders are fighting to control its future. Their ignorance of how it works could doom its promise.Read More
For the longest time, digital citizens have escaped the two great real-world certainties: death and taxes. Digital life is eternal as long as the power flows and the backup tapes are safe. Taxes follow the flow of money; where there’s no money, there’s nothing for the taxman to grasp.Read More
You may have seen the announcement from Google on the new Android rules (and our formal press release). With the EU government-driven deadline looming, the plan for the Android ecosystem has been released. It’s less than ideal for developers, but there’s at least some hope.Read More
I’m getting tired of waking up to headlines of another major data security gap. The whole internet economy is getting tired of it. Big platforms, ISPs, regulators, politicians; everyone agrees that something’s broken and that we need to fix it.Read More
The world of data is evolving; from how it’s collected, used, managed, and stored to the user-developer relationship. There’s a gap between what consumers think is happening with their data, or what they read in the news when there’s a breach or hack, and what measures developers are actually taking to ensure security, transparency, and the responsible use of data.Read More