Entries by Carl Szabo

Boston Herald – Yahoo asks Supreme Court to overturn Mass. court ruling on estate rights to dead’s emails

Boston Herald – Yahoo asks Supreme Court to overturn Mass. court ruling on estate rights to dead’s emails Both Yahoo and the Ajemians received support through amicus briefs when the case was before the SJC. NetChoice, a trade association with high-powered members like Facebook and Google, stood with Yahoo. READ MORE

BNA Bloomberg – Will Goodlatte’s Retirement Lead to Federal Digital Tax Solution?

BNA Bloomberg – Will Goodlatte’s Retirement Lead to Federal Digital Tax Solution? However, the congressman has nearly a year left on Capitol Hill, a period of time that won’t go to waste, Steve DelBianco, president and CEO of NetChoice, a Washington-based internet commerce trade association, told Bloomberg Tax. “There is still plenty of time for […]

Plain Text – Public Comments on the FTC Privacy and Security Workshop: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Plain Text – Public Comments on the FTC Privacy and Security Workshop: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Carl Szabo at NetChoice points out that such an approach effectively creates a “guilty before proven innocent” regime, and unjustly puts the burden of proof on the accused. Furthermore, such an arrangement has already been prohibited by the […]

Washington Post – Internet companies drop opposition to bill targeting online sex trafficking

Washington Post – Internet companies drop opposition to bill targeting online sex trafficking NetChoice, another Internet trade group that has brought lawsuits against state laws imposing sales tax mandates and privacy restrictions, used former congressman Chris Cox, who co-wrote the Communications Decency Act, to testify in the House last month that there were better ways […]