S. 4309, the Augmenting Compatibility and Competition by Enabling Service Switching (“ACCESS”) Act – Ostensibly, this legislation should make it easier for consumers to transfer their data among competitors. In reality the bill creates a number of questions, some of which should be cause for concern for the developer community and consumers.Read More
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The UK Office for Product and Standards has published a study on the impact of Artificial Intelligence on product safety.Read More
Texas hopes to kill censorship on social media by making moderation illegal. The EU plans to hunt pedophiles by forcing devs to monitor their user’s traffic. So many wrongs. So, so many wrongs.Read More
The February 2022 Developers Alliance US Policy Update.Read More
Bill Overload: What Does The American Innovation and Choice Online Act, The Open App Markets Act, The TLDR Act, And More Mean For Developers?
The Developers Alliance January 2022 US Policy Update.Read More
S.2992 is being promoted as protecting users and small businesses from giant corporations, but in the Senate’s rush to dismember big tech they’ve traded away the livelihoods of millions of US developers, and millions more that export to the US.Read More
While 2021 was a busy year for tech policy, 2022 is already looking like it is going to be busier than ever.Read More
Threatened from every side, what are the Big Five to do?Read More
Section 230 and Health Privacy Regulations Inch Forward But Infrastructure Passing Provides Good News For Developers
The Developers Alliance November 2021 US Policy Update.Read More
The Fall 2021 US Developer Policy Update.Read More
Lawyers, economists, and software. Oh my.Read More
The June 2021 Developers Alliance US Policy Update.Read More