The fight against COVID-19 hate speech, disinformation, and misinformation may soon shake the Internet to its core. The first steps toward the fracture of the Internet have already been taken.Read More
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While many of the issues, legislation, and hearings advancing US policy have been canceled, some have continued. Antitrust, disinformation, and privacy debates are still on the now-virtual table.
While legislator’s concerns about anticompetitive conduct should be taken seriously, nobody seems to have any issue with Big Tech coming in to save the day and deliver toilet paper, snacks, accurate updates, and endless entertainment during a global pandemic.Read More
There is a rough road ahead for all of us, both during and after this crisis. As a developer, your skills and knowledge could make a world of difference, however.Read More
The 2020 US Presidential Election is in full swing. We break down each candidate’s stances on developer-centric issues. It’s almost spring, however, so it’s time to give the presidential class of 2020 its superlatives.Read More
How long have you been writing code for Oracle? In the next few months, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether they own your soul.Read More
It’s the January 2020 Developers Alliance US Policy Update. Privacy and misinformation concerns continue, plus the elephant finds its way into the room.Read More
2020 will be very different in Brussels and DC. But whether it’s the US election or the first year of the new EU Government (Parliament Commission, President Of the Council, etc.), tech will be front and center in every major policy discussion.Read More
This. Shit. Really. Matters.
The U.S. Supreme Court is about to rule on who controls the Java APIs – and every other API you’ve ever used. If it goes the wrong way, a handful of big companies will control whether your code ever works again.Read More
The turning point was when democracy realized politics had metastasized online. No one agrees on facts, the truth doesn’t matter, ghosts in the machine, and weaponization of the internet.Read More
The November-December 2019 Developers Alliance U.S. Policy Update.Read More
The lawsuit between Google and Oracle is the gift that keeps giving. The two companies have been battling over the Java/Android APIs since 2012. We’ve now come to the point where the U.S. Supreme Court (aka SCOTUS) is the only place where things can be settled. November 2019 Update: The Supreme Court FINALLY Takes the Case!Read More