Submitted by Art Neill last modified Tue, 04/14/2009 - 6:36pm
Jason Mick of the DailyTech blog claims an Obama presidency could mean more privacy protection for users, an opening up of unused communications spectrum, and faster, cheaper Internet. Let's hope he can get these done.
From the Site:
"Top on Obama's agenda are many technology-related efforts. President-elect Obama is no stranger to technology and has said that he wants more expansive protection of users rights to online privacy, a stance which surely runs counter to the RIAA, MPAA, and other groups' aggressive litigation efforts."
Let's hope excessive ties to the entertainment industry don't stop a wave of reason in Internet governance and regulation (not an oxymoron!).